Cincinnati Bengals select Joe Borough first overall

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Retrieved 24 April 2020, 05:56 IST

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Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow.

The Cincinnati Bengals have unforgettably picked up quarterback Joe Buro for the first overall pick of the 2020 NFL draft.

Cincinnati had long hoped that the LSU Tigers would choose Buro as the Bengaluru’s franchise quarterback after 2012.

They did it in historic historic fashion on Thursday, forcing the NFL to cancel a public event in Las Vegas due to the NFL coronavirus epidemic by selecting the borough with the top pick in the first completely remote draft.

Bengals head coach Jack Taylor will hope that Burroughs can turn their fortunes around after going 2-14 in 2019.

What Burroughs did in his final collegiate season shows he has the ability to do it.

Burroughs wrote one of the best college campaigns of all time, led LSU to the national championship and won the Heisman Trophy because he had six touchdowns and just six breaks.

The arrival of the Ohio leader will probably spell the end of Andy Dalton’s time in Cincinnati. Dalton have a 70-61-2 record with Bengal but have not won their first playoff since the 1990 season.

To end that drought, Anunas has now moved to Buro.