This is a 2022 photo of Joe Burrow of the Cincinnati Bengals NFL football team. This image reflects the Cincinnati Bengals active roster as of Monday, May 23, 2022 when this image was taken. (AP Photo)

Joe Burrow

QB

#9

Experience: 3 years

Height: 6-4

Age: 25

Weight: 215 lbs

College: LSU

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2022 SEASON

  • TDS
    22
  • INT
    8
  • YDS
    2890
  • RTG
    102.78

Recent Games

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1SteelersL 20 - 2333533386.42473961.76477.8021
2@CowboysL 17 - 2024361995.51063489.94266.5010
3@JetsW 27 - 1223362757.630214114.95000
4DolphinsW 27 - 1520312879.32016115.9561.20
5@RavensL 17 - 1924352176.21121582.73621
6@SaintsW 30 - 2628373008.1303271264256.21
7FalconsW 35 - 17344248111.430322138.23206.71
8@BrownsL 13 - 3225352326.62153996.4122011
9PanthersW 42 - 2122282067.41015109.2492.21
11@SteelersW 37 - 3024393559.14229104.1451.20
12@TitansW 20 - 1622372707.31014919323.60

Career Stats

QB Career

SEASONTEAMGGSCOMPATTYDSAVGTDINTSCKSCKYRATEATTYDSAVGTDFUMLOST
2020Cincinnati Bengals101026440426886.61353223189.8371423.8394
2021Cincinnati Bengals161636652046118.9341451370108.3401183252
2022Cincinnati Bengals101025737228907.822832210102.8391463.7442
TOTAL36368871296101897.96927115811100.91164063.59188

Biography

The No. 1 overall pick in the 2020 draft, Burrow in '21 re-wrote the Bengals' record books and led Cincinnati to an AFC Championship and berth in Super Bowl LVI ... Named 2021 NFL Comeback Player of the Year, after recovery from season-ending left knee injury in 2020; he returned to take the first snap of '21 training camp in July and started all but one game (pre-playoff rest) in the regular-season and playoffs ... Set single-season team records in 2021 for passing yardage (4611), passing TDs (34), passer rating (108.3) and 300-yard passing games (six) ... Led the NFL in 2021 in both completion percentage (70.4) and yards per attempt (8.87), and his passer rating was second ... Fifteen of his TD passes in 2021 were from 30 yards or longer, good for the most in Bengals history and most in the NFL in 2021 ... Surpassed 7000 passing yards in just his 26th career game, making him the fourth-fastest player in NFL history to hit the mark ... Reunited in 2021 with his top college receiving target, WR Ja'Marr Chase, whom he helped to 1455 receiving yards, the most by an NFL rookie since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger ... In 2019 at LSU, put together arguably the most successful single season ever by a college QB, when he won the Heisman Trophy by the largest margin in history, set numerous NCAA FBS and SEC records, and led the Tigers to a perfect 15-0 record and National Championship ... Native of Athens, Ohio, in the southeast part of the state (roughly 2.5 hours from Cincinnati).

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