Sport Joe Burrow: I’ve won everywhere I’ve been, want to keep winning
Joe Burrow remains atop Bengals’ draft board, per report
In case you didn’t already know, the Bengals have a thing for this guy.
The good news for LSU quarterback Joe Burrow is that he’s likely to be the first overall pick in the draft. The bad news is, that usually means going to a bad team.
Burrow said on Shaquille O’Neal’s podcast that a chance to win is what he wants from his NFL team.
“I just want to, good organization that is going to maximize my talents,” Burrow said, via the Cincinnati Enquirer. “I’ve won everywhere that I’ve been. I’ve never had a losing season in sports from the moment I was 5 years old. I’m not a loser. I just want to go somewhere where I can win. Teams are picking at the top for a reason. And I feel like, like I said before, I’ve won everywhere that I’ve ever been. I feel like if anybody can do it, I can do it.”
Miami Dolphins Want to Trade Up For Joe Burrow
The Miami Dolphins want to take Joe Burrow with the first pick in 2020 NFL Draft.Salguero has been saying the Dolphins would "try" to move up to land Burrow for weeks. Today, he tweeted that a source told the Herald the team would "attempt" to trade up in the draft. The teams don't appear to be in any type of negotiations, despite the Dolphins' healthy stockpile of high picks in the April draft. (Picks No. 5, 18, 26, 39, 56, and 70 if you were curious.
The Bengals are coming off a 2-14 season and haven’t won a playoff game since 1990, so they’re not really accustomed to winning in Cincinnati. Perhaps Burrow can be the man to change that.
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Why Joe Burrow is a perfect fit for the Bengals' offense .
Why Joe Burrow is a perfect fit for the Bengals' offenseBut Burrow is just so much better than a typical quarterback prospect. To the point that if anyone can overcome a bad franchise or force them from bad to good enough to win, it is him. He is coming from a pro-style offense in college, he has every tool imaginable and is ready to come help a team win – like, right now. The spread scheme at LSU — where Joe Brady, now the Carolina Panthers offensive coordinator and a budding starting in football — was a perfect fit for Burrow.