Marlon Humphrey calls Patrick Queen ‘DROY’ after beating Joe Burrow, Bengals

Humphrey calls Ravens' Queen "DROY" after the victory over Bengals originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington
Ed Orgeron's fingerprints were seen across the field at M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday as reigning Heisman Trophy winner Joe Burrow took on two early rookie-of-the-year contestants former teammate and teammate Patrick Queen took over.
The Ravens defeated the Bengals 27-3 when Queen filled the stats sheet with nine tackles, two fiddly restores, a sack, a forced fumble and a defensive touchdown. Burrow and Queen were two of four LSU players to win the national championship in January before being drafted in the first round of that year (the others were Chiefs, the Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Jaguars Edge Rusher K'Lavon Chaisson) .
"It means everything," said Queen when she defeated Burrow in her first game. "I prayed about it and I really wanted to. I knew when I was drafted and Joe was drafted that we would see each other twice a year. This is the start of a great rivalry and I'm glad I got the first win out of it pulled. "
Raven's cornerback Marlon Humphrey, who went into business for himself with four tackles, a sack and an interception, posted a brief post-game tweet reflecting on Queen's game.
Queen finished second among all rookies on Sunday with 33 tackles and filled the top 3 alongside Chargers linebacker Kenneth Murray (33 tackles) and Panthers Safety Jeremy Chinn (35). Burrow has started developing his own argument for the offensive rookie of the year. In week 5, he leads all rookies who pass yards (1,121), touchdowns (six), and completions (116).
"Joe is a great player and he shed his tail," said Queen. “We knew we had to stop when we got into this game. We didn't want to give up on being 300 meters away as it got, so [Defense Coordinator Don 'Wink' Martindale] worked the plan out and we carried it out. Shout out a wink, shout out to the entire defense, shout out to the entire staff. "
In the first issue of Burrow vs. Queen appeared the former Tigers linebacker with the W on both the statistics sheet and in the overall standings. He also managed to give his former teammate a nudge between games.
"Joe knows I'll be talking a little bit of trash, but Joe is my type," said Queen. "I love him to the death. When he did the little quarterback sneak, I had a few words with Joe. We know how to get it between us. We're competitive, we always want to be great, we want always win so I know by the time we finish it will still be a fun rivalry. "

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