After the AFC Championship game, Joe Burrow, quarterback of the Cincinnati Bengals, had a Super Bowlmessage for Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas City Chiefs.
In the AFC championship game on Sunday night, the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20 thanks to a last-second 45-yard field goal.
After the game, all of the players, including the quarterbacks from both sides, shook hands and chatted with one another on the field. The NFLreleased a video of quarterback Joe Burrow congratulating Mahomes after the game.
“Many more, dawg, many more. Hell of a game. You have a hell of a career, dawg,” Mahomes said. “You too, brother,” Burrow replies. “Go win it now.”
Joe Burrow reflected on their loss against Kansas City
After the team’s loss in the AFC title game, Burrow discussed the team’s off-season in a post-game press conference.”Tough loss, didn’t make the plays that we needed to to win this game, and they did. And that’s what it came down to,” Burrow said.
Burrow laso said that he has a great deal of respect for the Chiefs and is aware that they feel the same way about him. He gave the pass rushers some credit for the team’s victory.
“It’s all love at the end of the day, they know the respect we have for them. I know the respect that they have for us. It’s an intense emotional game. Things like that are going to happen, but that’s what makes it fun,” the QB said.