The Cincinnati Bengals will have the services of starting quarterback Joe Burrow when they take on the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. Burrow was a full participant in practice all week and does not have an injury designation.
Having a relatively healthy Burrow will go a long way for the Bengals. Relatively healthy is the appropriate term, considering calf injuries, such as Burrow’s, take a long time to heal properly. While the Bengals’ signal-caller is not technically considered injured, his calf will continue to be something to monitor for the entire season.
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Burrow has struggled this year, completing just 55.4% of his pass attempts. The most recent outing saw Burrow go 26-49 for 259 yards and an interception. This was just enough for the Bengals to hang on for a close 19-16 win over the Los Angeles Rams. Cincinnati is going to need much better performances from Burrow moving forward if they are going to be relevant later in the season.
At 1-2 on the year, the Bengals are looking for their second straight win to get back to .500. They will be tasked with taking on a Titans team that was also embarrassed by the Cleveland Browns. Both teams should be able to put together better performances in their Week 4 matchup.