News Now: Joe Burrow Loses His Cool Issues A Warning To The Kansas City Chiefs And Two-Time Super Bowl Champion Patrick Mahomes.

Joe Burrow issues a caution to the Kansas City Chiefs and two-time Super Bowl champion Patrick Mahomes.

With a 3-1 record against Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs, quarterback Joe Burrow of the Cincinnati Bengals has forewarned his opponent that his squad is ‘designed to beat them’.

Joe Burrow has aimed a cheeky warning to Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs

Joe Burrow, who has an outstanding 3-1 record against the dangerous quarterback, has proclaimed with confidence that the Cincinnati Bengals are “built to beat” Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs.

Though Burrow had an injury-plagued season and missed the final seven games, the Bengals signal-caller remains confident in the team’s future. The Bengals are predicted to be strong competitors alongside the Chiefs in 2024, with the majority of their key players returning and some wise free agency additions.

Burrow didn’t mince words when he said he thought the Bengals could compete with the Chiefs: “I don’t know. We both put in a lot of work, I believe. Both of their and our players are excellent. I believe we are a good fit good with them. We seem to be designed to defeat them. We have epic bouts, which I always love.”

He went on to praise the high-caliber performances from both teams, saying, “Guys are out there always making plays. Patrick is always out there making plays. Both teams have big-time defensive lines. It’s a great matchup.”

The Bengals have strengthened their offensive line by bringing in Mahomes’ former blindside tackle, Orlando Brown Jr, last off-season, and now adding another powerful tackle, Trent Brown. This gives them two of the larger tackles in the NFL to protect him.

Burrow and Mahomes

In a surprising move, Cincinnati let go of Joe Mixon, sending him to AFC rivals Houston Texans to free up cap space. They then used that money to bring Sheldon Rankins to the interior of the defensive line, and introduced a new safety duo of Von Bell and Geno Stone.

In addition to their own signings, the Bengals’ position has been strengthened by the losses of clubs in their immediate vicinity, who on paper are worse than them in the next season.

A number of defensive playmakers have left their division opponent Baltimore Ravens, including the previously mentioned Stone, Jadeveon Clowney, Patrick Queen, John Simpson, Kevin Zeitler, and—possibly most importantly—defensive coordinator Mike Macdonald. The Buffalo Bills, however, have not yet acquired a replacement after trading away Stefon Diggs.

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