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Cincinnati Bengals Superstar QB Joe Burrow Finally Opens Up on What Actually Happened During the Last Offensive Snap of the Super Bowl

Published 05/29/2022, 1:39 AM EDT
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QB Joe Burrow of the Cincinnati Bengals has finally spoken about the snap during the last offensive play of the Super Bowl, which cost the Bengals their first-ever Vince Lombardi Trophy. Burrow mentioned how he visualized the play but had to take another path during the match.

Joe Burrow opens up about the last play

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Speaking to correspondent Ben Baby, Burrow mentioned the chain of events during the last snap of the Super Bowl between the Bengals and the Rams. The athlete mentioned that he had intended on throwing the ball to WR Ja’Marr Chase and had checked out his running path. However, he was unable to make the play on the field.

Feb 3, 2019; Atlanta, GA, USA; New England Patriots former player Ty Law before Super Bowl LIII against the Los Angeles Rams at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

 

He said, “I was anticipating throwing it, I just didn’t quite have the time…”

Burrow was swung wildly by Aaron Donald and he ended up passing to Samaje Perine, which turned out to be incomplete. If Burrow had made the pass to Chase, it may very well have been a different outcome for the Bengals

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Chase appeared to have Jalen Ramsey beat during that snap. These led the Rams to run out the clock and go home with the Vince Lombardi Trophy, winning the match 23-20.

Burrow threw for 263 yards in the Super Bowl and got one touchdown. Apart from this, though, he got sacked 7 times throughout the game, which the Bengals ultimately lost with a very narrow margin.

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Super Bowls so far: Bengals vs Rams?

This was the first Super Bowl appearance for the Cincinnati Bengals since 1989. The Bengals have played in three Super Bowls (1982, 1989, and 2022) and have not yet won the big one yet.

American Football – NFL – Super Bowl LVI – Cincinnati Bengals v Los Angeles Rams – SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California, United States – February 13, 2022 Cincinnati Bengals’ Joe Burrow is sacked REUTERS/Mike Segar

Cincinnati begin their regular season of 2022 against the Steelers on 11 September 2022. Los Angeles has been more successful in getting Super Bowl wins, with 2 victories. With the recent one added to the collection in February against the Bengals. Their regular season of 2022 will begin on September 8th, 2022 against the Buffalo Bills. Do you think the Rams can run it back?

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Prithwiraj Gupta

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Prithwiraj Gupta is an NFL author at EssentiallySports. He has completed his Master's in History from Pune University. The contact aspect of the NFL made him interested in the sport.

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