Joe Burrow Continues To Dominate The NFL In Elite Category

Bengals: Former QB compares Joe Burrow to Hall of Famer

Not so long ago, the Cincinnati Bengals were far from a Super Bowl contender. It all changed when they landed that No. 1 pick and got Joe Burrow, who didn’t need a lot of time to prove that he was special.



Burrow missed most of his rookie season after suffering a major knee injury, but he came back the next year to lead the franchise to the ultimate stage in his first full campaign under center.





Moreover, he’s led the league in passer rating since that 2021 season with a grade of 104.2, even better than Patrick Mahomes (101.8) and Aaron Rodgers (101.4). The Bengals have done a great job of putting together a winning roster and fixing their issues every year since Burrow entered the league.

Burrow’s the main reason behind that impressive culture turnaround. He’s the most efficient and accurate passer in the league right now, and it’s not even close.



His ability to make reads in real-time and pickup defenses, extend plays, and hit his receivers in stride when the play is broken are second to none in today’s game.



Joe Burrow Continues To Dominate The NFL In Elite Category



Burrow was close to leading the Bengals to back-to-back Super Bowl appearances, and he’s next in line to sign a massive contract extension. He hasn’t been in the league for that long, but he’s already established himself as a top-5 passer in the game, and he might not be fourth or fifth, and the scariest part is that he’s still years away from reaching his prime and will only keep getting better.