Bengals’ Taylor says Burrow sprained wrist during loss to Ravens

FOX19's Jeremy Rauch on Joe Burrow injury; Bengals loss to Ravens
Published: Nov. 16, 2023 at 8:25 PM EST
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BALTIMORE, Md. (WXIX) - The Cincinnati Bengals went to Baltimore and left without a win and without their star quarterback Joe Burrow.

Burrow left Thursday’s 34-20 loss to the Baltimore Ravens in the second quarter with a wrist injury.

After throwing a touchdown pass to Joe Mixon to give Cincinnati the lead, Burow immediately began favoring his hand. He went to the medical tent on the sideline, then to the locker room. He never went back into the game.

“It looked like he sprained his wrist,” coach Zac Taylor said. “He hurt it earlier in the game and he felt it on that touchdown pass.”

Taylor was asked how long Burrow was out - he said he had no idea.

The Bengals also lost cornerback Cam Taylor-Britt to a quad injury.


Jake Browning throws a 2-yard touchdown pass to Ja’Marr Chase with a minute left in the game. It’s Chase’s sixth touchdown catch.

Gus Edwards rushed for a 3-yard touchdown to give the Ravens a 34-13 lead. The run was setup by a long pass from Lamar Jackson to Odell Beckham Jr.

3rd Quarter

Justin Tucker extended the Ravens lead with two third-quarter field goals.

Browning got the Bengals in field goal range for a 26-yard field goal from Evan McPherson.

Half Time

The Ravens went into the half with a 21-10 lead.

Jackson - who was down on the sideline at the end of the first quarter - recovered with a touchdown pass late to give the Ravens the lead.

Burrow gave the Bengals a 10-7 lead after a touchdown pass to Joe Mixon. Lamar Jackson answered with two touchdown passes.

Burrow immediately waved his wrist in pain and went to the medical tent. After spending half-time in the locker room, the Bengals declared Burrow was out with a wrist injury.

B.J. Hill was down on the field in serious pain and is now on the sideline.

1st Quarter

McPherson kicked a 50-yard field goal after the Bengals first drive winds down after a strong start.

Mark Edwards, who has been a standout for the Ravens during their current run, is on his way to the back after getting hurt near the goal line on Baltimore’s opening touchdown drive.

The Ravens scored on their opening drive. A mix of Jackson’s feet, a couple of passes, and a 3-yeard touchdown run by Gus Edwards.

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