Joe Burrow feels good as he leads his Cincinnati Bengals to the AFC Championship Game against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Against Buffalo Bills on SundayBurrow was flying high, completing 23 of 36 passes for 242 yards and two touchdowns in a dominating 27-10 victory.
In the second series of the Cincinnati game, Burrow put the Bengals up 14-0 on a 15-yard touchdown run to tight end Hayden Hurst.
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After landing, the microphones picked up Burrow coming out of the fieldand the third-year QB was feeling himself.
«That’s what I’m talking about! I’m him!» Burrow said.
The win over Buffalo was the eighth straight for the Bengals, and they will head into Sunday’s matchup with Kansas City Winners of the last three games and seven of the last eight against the Chiefs.
The Bengals return to the AFC Championship Game for the second straight year with an apparent chip on the shoulder.
After the win over the Bills, Burrow was asked if fans would purchase tickets to the neutral site championship game in the event the Bills had advanced.
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«Better send those refunds,» Burrow said.
Before the game, running back Joe Mixon didn’t hold back when asked if reports from ticket presale motivated the team.
«I mean, to be honest, it’s disrespectful,» he said last week. «But we’re not worried about that s—. Like I said, we’ve got a game to play on Sunday, right? So, you can’t rule us out.»
«We’ve got a game to play on Sunday. Like I said, those other things, that doesn’t mean a s—. We’ll go out on Sunday and do whatever we think of.» I have to do to get back with the ‘W’, and then we’ll see what they’re talking about.»
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On Tuesday, Bengals head coach Zac Taylor was asked if the team responded positively to the perceived slights.
«They want the hard way,» Taylor said. «Whatever ammunition I can give them to help them understand that we’re on a tough road, I’ll give it to them because that’s what they respond to best. With a lot at stake, I like our team’s chances because of the mindset they have.» . they have every day that they enter the building».
The Chiefs and Bengals kick off Sunday at 6:30 p.m. ET.
Fox News’ Ryan Gaydos contributed to this report