3 key observations from Joe Burrow in Week 7 win over Ravens
By Alex Austin
Joe Burrow could still improve on the deep ball if needed.
Obviously, the Bengals did not need Burrow to do anything different than what he did on Sunday. But, one thing that Burrow could continue to work on is the deep ball.
For Burrow, he only threw six balls that went 20+ yards through the air and had two completions, three incompletions, and an interception. While this is not necessarily bad, it still leaves some room for improvement.
The play that Burrow will wish he could have back is his interception. That was the one time during the game where he lost his composure and tried to force a throw. He had a trust that Chase would make a play, but ultimately that was a bad throw that could have ended up causing a lot more damage.
Naturally, all this is nitpicking a man who just led his team to a blowout against a division rival on the road. If this is the worst that we can find for Burrow, he will likely keep winning plenty of games.
For now, the mantra of continuing to improve each week will help this offense get better and better. The Cincinnati Bengals have got to be thrilled with the current production and will be excited to see the continued growth of Joey Franchise.