“I’d play in trash bags” Joe Burrow gives blunt response on Bengals’ ‘White-Helmets’ ahead of Dolphins challenge 


This would be the first time in Cincinnati Bengals history that their fans would witness them in an all-white attire. With Joe Burrow and the rest of the team looking to bring out the ‘white’ tiger against the undefeated Miami Dolphins, the marquee Quarterback have a quirky response ahead of his Thursday Night showdown. 

Joe Burrow (1)
Joe Burrow

Joe Burrow in unarguably one of the most talents Quarterbacks in modern-day football. Having led his team to the Super Bowl in the previous edition, he along with Cincinnati Bengals have got off to a slow start. But with 14 games remaining, Burrow exclaimed how he doesn’t care what attire he’s playing in as long as his team continues winning games. 

Joe Burrow stated in his typical humorous manner, “I’d play in trash bags, I really don’t care what we wear out there. I know the fans are going to be excited for it. They’re gonna come out in full force, hopefully we can make ’em proud and get a win” 

Can Joe Burrow inspire Bengals past Tua Tagovailoa, Dolphins? 

There is no denying that the showdown on Thursday is a battle between – one of the MVP favourites (at the moment) Tua Tagovailoa and Joe Burrow. While the latter was the most impressive QB previously, this season hasn’t been the same story for him. On the same note, Joe Burrow emphasized that he cares the least about the white helmets than the customary orange, but rather wants to register a victory. 

CINCINNATI, OH – AUGUST 16: Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow 9 looks to pass during the Cincinnati Bengals training camp on August 16, 2021 at the Cincinnati Bengals training facility in Cincinnati, OH. Photo by Ian Johnson/Icon Sportswire NFL, American Football Herren, USA AUG 16 Cincinnati Bengals Training Camp Icon210816036

On other hand, Dolphins’ marquee like – Tua and Tyreek Hill have been busy in sledging Bengals’ Apple. Given that the Miami offense a force to reckon with, Cincinnati Bengals needs to bring out their ‘A-Game’ if they do not want to fall back to the losing column on Thursday. 

Tua Tagovailoa and Tyreek Hill
Tua Tagovailoa and Tyreek Hill

That being said, will the first ever complete white attire bring a fruitful result on Thursday? Or will Miami Dolphins embark upon their winning journey in the 2022-23 season? Remains to be seen. 

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