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Former NFL quarterback Carson Palmer, who played seven seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals after the team selected him No. 1 overall in the 2003 NFL Draft, shared some advice for Joe Burrow during a recent appearance on "The Herd with Colin Cowherd." Per 247Sports:
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“Coming off the year he had, it seemed like he didn’t throw an incomplete ball,” Palmer said. “Moving from being that dominant of a team and having that many great players around you to a team that doesn’t have the horses others in the division have, you can’t let it shake your confidence. You have to know going into the year, you have to make the best of every rep. Joe seems as mature as mature can be. It’d be different if he were 18 or 19 and had a handful of reps. He had tons of experience in big time games. He’ll have some struggles but that can change though. It was a bad team last year and that’s why they picked him. But they’ve done a really good job of bringing in really good players. It’ll be a couple years but hopefully we see the Joe Burrow we saw at LSU last year.”
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did Colin unleash a 20 minute diatribe why Joe Burrow should’ve gone undrafted?
Reply1 month
Trying to be relevant
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He mad
Reply1 month
Why do you think he's mad?
1 month
Hopefully the Bengals can get someone to protect his blind side. Tim Couch got ruined at the Browns because of the hits he took. Ruined his shoulder.
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No offense to Tim but I don’t think he was nearly the leader or motivator you wanna play for as is Joe. Saying that guys wanna battle harder for a guy like Joe and not let him down. I can see anywhere from a 7-9 to 9-7 season for them this year.
1 month
Cincinnati will be a good fit for Burrow.
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Pretty gracious of him to say about rookie who took his job before the season even started.
Reply1 month
... that would be Andy Dalton ...
1 month
What job is that? Carson hadn’t played for Cincy since 2010.
1 month
Boy is eat up with the Dumb ass, lets carry on.
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