A group of Baltimore Ravens fans had no problem adding insult to injury after Thursday Night Football, literally … after the Bengals superstar quarterback left the game with an injured wrist, they chanted “F*** Joe Burrow” on live TV!
The Bengals QB was forced out of the game during the first half of TNF with a mysterious wrist injury … and was eventually ruled out.
Of course, Burrow’s absence was felt on the field, and the Ravens won the game, 34-20.
The Ravens fans weren’t content with the win … after the game, they made it clear they’re no fan of JB.
“F*** Joe Burrow! F*** Joe Burrow!” fans yelled during Prime’s post-game broadcast.
The chants were captured loud and clear on the stream … and many football fans weren’t happy with their actions.
“This is actually embarrassing,” a fellow B-more fan said on X. “As a Baltimore Ravens fan since ’96, I am ashamed of my fellow fans. Wishing Joe Burrow a speedy recovery.”
But, the Bengals may have other issues besides Ravens fans … the NFL has launched an investigation into the team after they posted a video on social media ahead of the game that appeared to show JB wearing a brace on his hand prior to the game. The Bengals eventually removed the post.
Burrow was not listed on the injury report this week … and if he was hurt, it’s against NFL rules to keep him off the report.
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