Bengals star rookie Joe Burrow carted off Sunday vs. Washington

Joe Burrow carted off with knee injury in devastating Bengals blow

The NFL world was shattered once more on Sunday after Cincinnati Bengals star QB Joe Burrow took a devastating hit to his lower leg against the Washington Football Team.

Chase Young, a rookie defender for Washington whose big hit on Burrow forced a fumble earlier in the game, was among the players offering encouragement to Burrow as he departed the field. Burrow grabbed at his left leg and appeared to be in enormous pain as trainers attended to him on the field. He was seen writhing in pain on the field and was carted to the team's locker room.

Burrow, who was the number one overall pick in the NFL Draft, was having a great season, even though the Bengals are 2-7-1 on the year. He had been living up to the hype, passing for 2,485 yards with 12 touchdowns and five interceptions in his first nine career games.


Burrow took to Twitter after the game and indicated that it's a season-ending injury.

"Thanks for all the love".

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