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by Chris Kucharski

CIN QB Joe Burrow - Week 11 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 11 at Washington
Joe Burrow was introduced to the Steelers rivalry rather rudely. He completed a season-low 53% of his passes and although he threw for 213 and zero picks, the pressure definitely made him uncomfortable. and he did nothing offensively in the second half. He will get another shot at them later in the season.

Burrow will face Washington who is 17th in aFPA to quarterbacks. He has been good for the most part this season, so we expect a bounce-back game against an average defense.

Keep Burrow on the bench for Week 11 as he ranks a high-end QB2. He should put up pretty good numbers but not enough to crack your lineup.

by Chris Kucharski

CIN QB Joe Burrow - Week 10 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 10 at Pittsburgh
Joe Burrow has been on fire the last two weeks, completing 73% of his passes for 655 yards and five touchdown passes. The Bengals have given Burrow the keys to the offense and haven't held anything back. The offensive line has been good enough and he definitely has weapons around him. He will get starting running back Joe Mixon back this week from injury.

Burrow will face division rival Pittsburgh for the first time. The Steelers are ranked seventh in aFPA to quarterbacks. It won't be easy for Burrow as Pittsburgh is known for beating up on quarterbacks that face them for the first time.

As hot as Burrow has been, it's time for him to cool off a little. He ranks a QB2 for Week 10 so keep him on the bench against Pittsburgh on Sunday.

by Chris Kucharski

CIN QB Joe Burrow - Week 8 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 8 vs. Tennessee
Joe Burrow had a monster fantasy outing against Cleveland last week setting career highs in pass attempts (47), completion rate (74.5%), passing yards (406) and passing touchdowns (3). He also added 34 rushing yards and a rushing touchdown. He had gone two straight games without a passing touchdown and that streak was broken. However on the downside, Burrow did throw an interception for the fourth straight game.

Cincinnati hosts the Titans who are ranked 23rd in aFPA to quarterbacks. Tennessee's defense is better than the Browns, but not one of the best in the NFL. Burrow should have some good opportunities on Sunday.

Start Burrow as a low-end QB1 for Week 8. Even without standout back Joe Mixon, the offense has the capability each week to do what they did last Sunday. Expect good numbers for the rookie.

by Chris Kucharski

CIN QB Joe Burrow - Week 7 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 7 vs. Cleveland
Joe Burrow was back over the 300 passing yard mark last week. However, he did not throw for a touchdown and did throw two interceptions. It's what we would expect from a rookie as the roller coaster will go all season long. But for the most part, Burrow has held his own.

The Bengals face Cleveland who is ranked 21st in aFPA to quarterbacks. Burrow threw the ball 61 times the last time the two teams met which produced 316 passing yards and three touchdown passes. Although those numbers could repeat, we feel Cincy will try to keep him around the 30-35 pass attempts mark.

Keep Burrow on the bench for Week 7 as there are better choices. He only ranks an QB2 and his ceiling should be around 275 passing yards with a max of two touchdown passes.

by Chris Kucharski

CIN QB Joe Burrow - Week 6 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 6 at Indianapolis
After a great three-game run, Joe Burrow looked like a rookie for the first time since Week 1 against Baltimore. It's not surprising considering the Ravens defense usually has their way with young quarterbacks. He was held to 183 yards, zero touchdowns and one interception.

It won't get any easier against a Colts defense that is ranked third in aFPA to quarterbacks. Burrow will need to find a way to play better against better teams. It's a growing process for the NFL rookie , but will be necessary for future success.

We don't like the matchup this week so Burrow ranks as a low-end QB2. There is definitely good reason to like him and he will be a guy you can play against certain matchups during your quarterback's bye week or if someone gets hurt. So, carrying him on your roster isn't a bad thing.

by Chris Kucharski

CIN QB Joe Burrow - Week 5 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 5 at Baltimore
The rookie helped the Bengals to their first win of the season throwing for 300 yards for the third straight game. Joe Burrow has looked very comfortable through four games and although Cincy still needs to upgrade some things on offense, mainly the offensive line, he has looked every bit the No. 1 pick so far.

Unfortunately, Burrow's good run might come to an end this week in Baltimore. Although the Ravens are ranked 23rd in aFPA to quarterbacks, Baltimore has been tough on rookies over the past several seasons. Burrow will have to get used to playing against the division rival and this first meeting might be a feeling out process.

Burrow has been ranked a QB2 most of the season and that's where he is this week. Despite all the positives, he still has some things to work on and improve, but he isn't bad depth on your roster.

by Chris Kucharski

CIN QB Joe Burrow - Week 4 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 4 vs. Jacksonville
Joe Burrow has been impressive for a rookie so far. He has thrown for back-to-back 300-yard games and has thrown five touchdowns and zero picks in those two games. He also helped the Bengals to their first non-loss of the season. Yes, that's an accomplishment for Cincy.

We could see another solid game for Burrow as he faces the Jaguars who are 31st in aFPA to quarterbacks. Jacksonville's defense has not been good so the Bengals will have a chance to put up some big offensive numbers.

Burrow has earned a starting nod this week. With his performances the past two games and a very favorable matchup, he rates a low-end QB1 for Week 4. Another 300-yard game is very possible and maybe another three-touchdown game.

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