Week In Review: Gaining Experience
The Bengals had just finished their first NFL practice of the decade in pads and quarterback Joe Burrow flashed some of his potential during red zone work. He had an ability to turn water into wine when it all looked to be on the rocks, knowing when to vacate the pocket and being able to throw a bullet while on the dead run.
Burrow's Pocket Cool Formed In The Horseshoe Heat
Remember, he was one of those guys. A scout team quarterback they would throw to the first defense. And sometimes on student appreciation day at Ohio State you didn't know which was which. So when the Bengals defense came after Joe Burrow Tuesday in that first padded NFL practice, no wonder it rolled off him like a 10-foot putt on the Scarlet and Gray.
Hobson's Choice: Give It Time Before Cooking Up Comparisons For Burrow
Bengals.com Senior Writer Geoff Hobson answers questions from fans about the progress of Burrow, how edge rusher Carl Lawson will be utilized and why this year's training camp will be more physical than in years past.
Burrow And Josh Bynes: Bengals' Two New QBs Leading The Way
Josh Bynes, picked up on a one-year deal in the offseason from one of the Bengals' archest of rivals, can't ever remember being approached by a rookie quarterback to have his brain picked. But there was Burrow advancing on Bynes, the only 30-year-old in the Bengals' suddenly revamped back seven.
Camp Notebook: Salty Defense; Burrow's Gift An Echo From Boomer; Another Hall Miss
Safety Vonn Bell is symbolic of an edgy change on defense, while Burrow's attempt to bond with his O-line conjures up Boomer Esiason. Also why Ken Anderson and Ken Riley didn't get to the Hall this time.
Reflection Helps The Bengals Offense Transform In 2020
Reflect and transform. Those are big themes for the second-year of the Bengals offense. Head Coach Zac Taylor is excited about the possibilities after a first year of learning and reflecting about the good and bad from 2019.
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