Bad break: Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow injured during tonight's game and has been ruled out.
The Cincinnati Bengals are facing a critical situation with quarterback Joe Burrow sustaining an injury, the last thing the team needs at the moment. In tonight's Thursday Night Football matchup against the Baltimore Ravens, Burrow suffered a wrist injury, leading to his exclusion for the rest of the game.
Burrow was hurt in the 2nd quarter
Burrow sustained the injury on the same play he threw a touchdown pass to Joe Mixon. Television cameras caught him favoring his right wrist.
Following the play, he headed to the medical tent but couldn't attempt any practice throws while on the sideline. Shortly after, he was officially ruled out for the rest of tonight's game.
He's been replaced by backup quarterback Jake Browning.
TL;DR (too long didn't read)
- During tonight's game against the Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow sustained an injury while throwing a touchdown pass.
- He displayed immediate discomfort in his right wrist following the play.
- Burrow couldn't complete any practice throws on the sideline and was swiftly declared officially out for the remainder of the game.
Bottom Line: Best wishes to Burrow
It's always tough to see a key figure like Burrow go down with an injury. Before his setback, he had completed 11-of-17 passes for a total of 101 yards and one touchdown.
Sending best wishes to the young quarterback, hoping his injury isn't severe and that he makes a swift return to the field.