On Tuesday, Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow reportedly sprained his knee during the game, but preliminary tests indicated that surgery was not required.
With 11:55 left in the game, Joe Burrow tried to step up the ball after receiving the kick, but was rushed by the Los Angeles Rams five. After being sacked by Von Miller, Joe Burrow grabbed his right knee on the ground and limped off the field. Joe Burrow returned to the court after a short break and finished the game.
Joe Burrow suffered a serious knee injury in his rookie season, tearing his ACL and MCL.
One of the priorities for the Cincinnati Bengals this offseason is to strengthen the offensive line and make Joe Burrow’s passing easier. In 30 career games, Joe Burrow was sacked 102 times (counts in the playoffs). Joe Burrow was sacked 51 times during the 2021 regular season, but the Cincinnati Bengals still won the AL North and eventually made it to the Super Bowl.