Joe Burrow

QB CIN

College: LSU | 2 years
Height: 6'4" | Weight: 221 lbs
Birth Date: 12/10/1996
2022 Bye Week: 10

Total Pts: 376.45
Avg Pts: 22.14
Rank: 7 QB

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Scoring
Week 120.20Joe Burrow 244 passing yds (12.20 pts)
Joe Burrow 2 passing TDs (8.00 pts)
. . . Joe Burrow 7 yd TD pass to C.J. Uzomah
. . . Joe Burrow 10 yd TD pass to Tyler Boyd
Week 216.90Joe Burrow 5 rushing yds (0.50 pts)
Joe Burrow 348 passing yds (17.40 pts)
Joe Burrow 1 interception thrown (-1.00 pts)
Week 324.00Joe Burrow 25 rushing yds (2.50 pts)
Joe Burrow 250 passing yds (12.50 pts)
Joe Burrow 2 passing TDs (8.00 pts)
. . . Joe Burrow 41 yd TD pass to Samaje Perine
. . . Joe Burrow 2 yd TD pass to Ja'Marr Chase
Joe Burrow 1 interception thrown (-1.00 pts)
Joe Burrow 1 passing 2XP (2.00 pts)
Week 417.45Joe Burrow 3 rushing yds (0.30 pts)
Joe Burrow 263 passing yds (13.15 pts)
Joe Burrow 1 passing TD (4.00 pts)
. . . Joe Burrow 75 yd TD pass to Tee Higgins
Player Notes
Apr 29 3:30pm ET

The Cincinnati Bengals picked up offensive tackle Jonah Williams' fifth-year option on Friday, according to a source. Williams was the 11th overall pick of the 2019 draft out of Alabama, but he was looking like a potential bust when he played in just 10 total games in his first two seasons due to injuries. However, he bounced back last year and started 16 games while playing very well. The left tackle still has plenty of work to do to justify his draft price in the long run, but he improved as a run-blocker in 2021. Williams will get two more years to prove he's the long-term answer on quarterback Joe Burrow's blind side. His fifth-year option is worth roughly $12 million.

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Mar 20 9:20pm ET

Offensive tackle La'el Collins signed a three-year agreement with the Bengals. The 28-year-old was one of the most sought-after free agents, and he should now prove to be a much-need upgrade for Cincinnati's offensive line, a unit that hasn't impressed over the years. With Collins in town, it can only mean good things for Joe Burrow, who should regularly have more time to throw to his wideouts, specifically Ja'Marr Chase, who was one of the league's best deep threats last season, and Tee Higgins. Of course, Joe Mixon, who's coming off a career year, may stand to benefit as well.

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Mar 18 4:50pm ET

The Cincinnati Bengals cut center Trey Hopkins on Friday. Hopkins was one of the worst starting centers last year and contributed to the team's poor offensive line play in front of quarterback Joe Burrow. He allowed four sacks and 20 QB pressures while making 15 starts in 2021. The 29-year-old offensive lineman entered the league as an undrafted free agent out of Texas and has spent all six of his NFL seasons with the Bengals. It's unclear if Hopkins will land a starting gig with another team on the open market after his poor play a season ago.

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Mar 18 11:10am ET

Free-agent offensive tackle La'el Collins visited with the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday, according to sources. Collins was released by the Dallas Cowboys on Thursday, but he could find a new home very quickly. The 28-year-old missed five games last year due to a suspension after missing the entire 2020 season after having hip surgery. Before that, though, Collins was a prominent fixture on the Cowboys offensive line after joining the team as an undrafted free agent in 2015. The Cowboys freed up around $10 million in salary cap space by releasing him. The Bengals are trying to upgrade their offensive line in front of quarterback Joe Burrow, and Collins can certainly help with that if he's healthy.

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Mar 14 3:30pm ET

The Cincinnati Bengals are signing offensive lineman Ted Karras to a three-year, $18 million deal on Monday, according to a source. This won't be the first offensive line addition for the Bengals as they look to improve their protection for young quarterback Joe Burrow. Karras has spent five of his six NFL seasons with the New England Patriots. The 28-year-old played in 17 regular season games and made 13 starts for the Pats last year. He'll have a chance to compete for a starting interior offensive line position in training camp this summer.

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Feb 25 3:20pm ET

Baltimore Ravens impending free-agent center Bradley Bozeman is one of the top free-agent offensive linemen this offseason and is expected to draw interest from multiple teams should he hit the open market, including the Cincinnati Bengals, according to league sources. The Bengals top priority this offseason is upgrading a porous offensive line in front of young superstar quarterback Joe Burrow. If the Bengals hope to make another Super Bowl run in 2022, they'll need to protect their young signal-caller much better, and Bozeman would certainly help. The 27-year-old former sixth-round pick in 2018 has played 16 regular season games in three of his four seasons with Baltimore.

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Feb 16 3:40pm ET

The Cincinnati Bengals signed head coach Zac Taylor to a contract extension that runs through the 2026 season on Wednesday. Taylor and the Bengals lost Super Bowl LVI to the Los Angeles Rams, but Taylor was still well-deserving of an extension after taking the franchise to their first Super Bowl appearance since 1989. The 38-year-old was entering the final season of the original four-year deal he signed in 2019. In addition to the Super Bowl appearance, the Bengals earned their first playoff win in 31 seasons and went 10-7 in the regular season to win the AFC North. Taylor is 16-32-1 in three seasons with Cincinnati, but he's built a strong foundation, beginning with quarterback Joe Burrow, who took a huge step forward in his second NFL season.

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Feb 15 3:20pm ET

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow, who suffered a knee injury late in the Super Bowl loss to the Los Angeles Rams, won't need surgery, according to sources. Burrow will have to rehab his knee, but the sprain shouldn't drastically affect his offseason. It's great news for the 25-year-old, who missed most of his rookie season in 2020 due to a serious knee injury. The injury is worth watching, but as long as he doesn't suffer any setbacks, Burrow should be good to go for spring workouts. With plenty of offensive talent around him, Burrow took the next step in 2021, going 366-for-520 (league-high 70.4 completion percentage) for 4,611 yards, 34 touchdowns and 14 interceptions. Cincy's offensive line needs to protect him better, but Burrow will be in the QB1 mix in fantasy heading into 2022.

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Feb 14 10:20am ET

The Los Angeles Rams defense stepped up in a big way in the 23-20 win over the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday in Super Bowl LVI. They tied a Super Bowl record by sacking quarterback Joe Burrow seven times, with pass-rushers Aaron Donald and Von Miller each recording two sacks. Los Angeles didn't manage to get any takeaways in the big game, but they held Cincinnati's potent offense to only 305 yards of total offense (226 passing, 79 rushing) and got enough pressure on Burrow consistently to slow them down. The Rams D wasn't quite as special from a fantasy perspective in 2021 as they were the previous year, but they were still a strong fantasy option, depending on the matchup. With Donald considering retirement and Miller potentially leaving in free agency, the Rams pass rush could look quite different next year.

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Feb 14 9:10am ET

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow (knee), who was sacked a Super Bowl-tying seven times in the loss to the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday, came up limping badly after taking a sack in the fourth quarter. Burrow remained in the game, but he said after that he will have his knee looked at in Cincinnati. The second-year QB went 22-for-33 for 263 yards and a touchdown in the big game, but he was "disappointed" in the way he played. The 25-year-old was under constant pressure from the Rams strong defensive front, but this performance shouldn't diminish what Burrow did in 2021. He led the league with a 70.4 completion percentage while throwing for 4,611 yards, 34 touchdowns and 14 interceptions after playing in only 10 games in his rookie season before blowing his knee out. If fully healthy in 2022, Burrow firmly put himself in the QB1 mix with his sophomore campaign.

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Feb 11 12:30pm ET

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow was named the 2021 Associated Press Comeback Player of the Year on Thursday night, edging out Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott 28-21 in voting. Burrow took a Bengals team that won four games in 2020 all the way to the franchise's third Super Bowl appearance this season. The second-year signal-caller also underwent surgery to fix a significant knee injury that he suffered as a rookie. Burrow finished sixth in passing yards in the regular season, had a 34-14 touchdown-to-interception ratio and the second-best passer rating (108.3), behind only Aaron Rodgers. Burrow got hot late in the regular season, going over 440 yards in two of his final five games. Regardless of what happens in the Super Bowl, Burrow is firmly on the QB1 map for fantasy managers heading into next season.

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Feb 9 12:30pm ET

The Cincinnati Bengals offensive line going up against Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald and the rest of their defensive line is considered the biggest mismatch in Super Bowl LVI. The Bengals aren't concerned with how they are being viewed heading into Sunday's game against a Rams defensive front that is one of the strongest in the NFL. According to Next Gen Stats, the Rams finished the regular season ranked first in pass-rush win rate, and the Bengals were 30th in pass-block win rate. The Bengals used rookie Jackson Carman and second-year player Hakeem Adeniji on the right side in the AFC Championship, but Carman is nursing a back injury ahead of the Super Bowl. Cincy allowed nine sacks of quarterback Joe Burrow in the Divisional Round against the Tennessee Titans, and Burrow could be in trouble this Sunday if the Rams have their way with the Bengals offensive line.

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Jan 27 9:30am ET

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow (knee) popped up on the injury report with a knee issue. Despite showing up on the latest injury report, the 25-year-old was a full participant in Wednesday's practice. He is expected to be all systems go for the AFC Championship Game against the Kansas City Chiefs. The former No.1 overall pick completed 28-of-37 passes for 348 yards, no touchdowns, and one interception in Saturday's 19-16 Divisional-Round win over the Tennessee Titans. He's been on absolute fire recently, throwing for 1,563 yards, 10 touchdowns, and one pick over his last four games. Burrow is an excellent QB option with a $7,500 price on FanDuel for Sunday's main DFS slate.

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Jan 23 6:40am ET

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow completed 28-of-37 passes for 348 yards, no touchdowns, and one interception in Saturday's 19-16 Divisional-Round win over the Tennessee Titans. He completed 85.3% of his passes but was under pressure all game and sacked nine times in Saturday's win. The 25-year-old connected with wide receiver Ja'Marr Chase for a 19-yard completion with 20 seconds remaining, setting up the game-winning field goal. He has now thrown for 300 yards or more in five of his last five games. Burrow will look to continue his strong play in the AFC Championship game against either the Buffalo Bills or Kansas City Chiefs.

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Jan 22 8:30pm ET

Cincinnati's QB Joe Burrow passed for 348 yards on 28-of-37 but no touchdowns in Saturday's win in Tennessee.

Jan 16 12:00am ET

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow completed 24-of-34 pass attempts for 244 yards and two touchdowns in Saturday's AFC Wild-Card game win over the Las Vegas Raiders. He led the Bengals to their first playoff win since 1991. The former No. 1 overall pick entered Saturday's game red hot, throwing eight touchdowns and no interceptions over his last two games. He did most of his damage early by connecting with wide receiver Tyler Boyd and tight end C.J. Uzomah for his two scores in the first half of Saturday's win. Burrow recorded a 104.1 passer rating and will look to stay hot in the round of the playoffs.

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Jan 13 7:10pm ET

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow (knee) was able to practice in full all week and will play on Saturday against the Las Vegas Raiders in the wild-card game. Burrow was rested as a precaution in the Week 18 regular season finale after suffering a minor knee injury in Week 17. He broke out in his second season in the NFL and finished the regular season as one of the hottest quarterbacks in the NFL, going 67-for-85 for 971 yards, eight touchdowns and no interceptions in Weeks 16 and 17. The Raiders have been decent at limiting QBs in terms of fantasy points for much of the year, but Burrow will nevertheless be a top-five QB in the wild-card round with one of the best trio of receivers in the NFL at his disposal and a strong running game.

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Jan 11 8:10pm ET

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow (knee) was a full participant in practice on Tuesday. Burrow was rested in the Week 18 regular season finale against the Cleveland Browns, but he will return on Saturday to take on the Las Vegas Raiders on wild-card weekend. The second-year QB's knee injury was never considered serious, and he has proved to be the real deal this year after being drafted with the first overall pick in 2020. In his last two games, Burrow went 67-for-85 for 971 yards, eight touchdowns and no interceptions, and he'll be a popular DFS play at his $6,800 DraftKings price tag, which is fifth-highest among QBs for this weekend. The Raiders defense has been pretty strong against quarterbacks this year in terms of fantasy points allowed, but Burrow will be a solid DFS option if you're looking to save a little salary for other positions.

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Jan 8 11:20am ET

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow (knee) and defensive tackle D.J. Reader will not travel to Cleveland and are officially out for Sunday's game against the Browns in Week 18. Burrow was listed as questionable on the final injury report on Friday after the Bengals said he wouldn't be playing earlier in the week, but it's official that he won't dress for the game. The 25-year-old's knee injury isn't serious enough to keep him from playing, but Cincy wants to give him a little extra rest before the playoffs begin next week. Burrow has been outstanding in his second season, mainly the last two weeks with huge performances when it mattered most for his fantasy managers. Brandon Allen will start under center for the Bengals in a game in which Cincinnati will be resting most of their starters.

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Jan 7 7:10pm ET

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow (knee) was a full participant in practice on Friday and is listed as questionable for the Week 18 regular season finale against the Cleveland Browns. Despite the questionable tag, Burrow is fully expected to rest his knee on Sunday before heading into the playoffs next week. It's unclear if Burrow will actually be active, but Brandon Allen is fully expected to get the starting nod against Cleveland. Running back Joe Mixon will not play, while wide receivers Ja'Marr Chase, Tyler Boyd and Tee Higgins might only play a partial game, if at all. Burrow has been fantastic in his second season and enters the week as the QB5 in fantasy points with 4,611 passing yards, 34 touchdowns and 14 interceptions in 16 games.

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Player Transactions
  • 10-Feb-2021: CIN Joe Burrow - Off IR - torn left ACL, MCL
  • 23-Nov-2020: CIN Joe Burrow - On IR - torn left ACL, MCL
  • 23-Nov-2020: CIN Joe Burrow - On IR - torn ACL, MCL
  • 31-Jul-2020: CIN - Signed, Draft Choice - Four-year contract (fifth-year option)
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2021 Season376.4536652046113461182214
Week 1MIN21.252027261202000
Week 2@CHI15.351930207200003
Week 3@PIT20.301418172307001
Week 4JAX25.802532348204000
Week 5GB23.1526382812011002
Week 6@DET26.5519292713020001
Week 7@BAL31.802338416300001
Week 8@NYJ23.95213425930-1001
Week 9CLE12.202840282001002
Week 10bye
Week 11@LV11.5020291481011010
Week 12PIT19.302024190108101
Week 13LAC22.602440300106112
Week 14SF25.702534348203000
Week 15@DEN14.3515221571025000
Week 16BAL43.3537465254011000
Week 17KC39.3030394464010000
Week 18@CLE0.00000000000
WildcardLV20.20243424420-2000
Divisional@TEN16.902837348005001
Championship@KC24.0023382502025001
SuperbowlLAR17.452233263103000