Burrow finished the season as the fantasy QB6, though he had the ninth-highest per game average. (Kyler Murray, Lamar Jackson and Jalen Hurts outscored him on a per-game basis.) Burrow offers safety as the QB7 off the board in the sixth round. He showed considerable growth in his second season, raising his completion percentage by 5.1%, doubling his touchdown rate from 3.2% to 6.5% and posting a league-high 8.9 yards per attempt. He’ll probably regress a bit in his third season, but with an improved offensive line–the Bengals spent a net $20.6 million on the O-line in free agency–and one of the best receiving corps in the league, he should be a threat for top-five numbers.
Joe Burrow is still day-to-day following his appendectomy.
He is currently leading team meetings, but that doesn't tell us much about his Week 1 availability. At this point, he's still expected to make a quick recovery, but we probably won't see much, or any, of him in the preseason.