Joe Burrow has amazing response to Bengals not getting primetime games
The Cincinnati Bengals continue to miss moving games to prime time this season.
Quarterback Joe Burrow doesn't care.
First, the team missed their week 13 game against the Los Angeles Chargers being moved to Sunday Night Football. Then it became clear that the team's week 15 game against the Denver Broncos wasn't going to be one of two Saturday primetime games.
Building? When asked about the lack of prime time games, he clearly isn't worried, according to ESPN's Ben Baby: "I don't care ... I'll be playing somewhere in the middle of the field at 6am."
It's a good approach to the locker room leader and the face of the franchise. And really, the team has done better in modern times anyway if it's seen as an outsider.
Also a silver lining? The game against the Chargers remains at 1 p.m. ET kickoff means the visiting team has to hit the road at a time they are not used to on the east coast, which could give the Bengals an advantage anyway.
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