Joe Burrow is in for a 'rude awakening' at Arrowhead Stadium, says former Chiefs kicker

As if losing helmet radio communications during a divisional round game wasn’t tough enough, シンシナティベンガルズ quarterback Joe Burrow’s sound-related trials are apparently only just beginning.

The second-year signal caller faces the challenge of steering his team past the カンザスシティチーフス and into the Super Bowl in Sunday’s AFC Championship game on the road at a notoriously raucous Arrowhead Stadium.
Yet after Burrow told reporters during the regular season that stadiumsget way louderat the college level in the Southeastern Conference (SEC), former Chiefs kicker Lawrence Tynes said the quarterback is in for arude awakeningat one of his old stomping grounds.
    To be fair, Joe has never played at Arrowhead,” Tynes, who had two spells with the Chiefs before winning two Super Bowls with the New York Giants, ツイート 月曜日に.
      “そうは言っても, he is in for a rude awakening. There is no place louder in sports and it’s not up for debate.
        Tynes during his stint with the Chiefs against the Indianapolis Colts in the 2007 AFC Wild Card Playoff Game.

        Again referencing the noise of the SEC on Wednesday, Burrow seemed determined to keep the discussion rolling, though admitted that he expected Arrowhead to bereally loudcome Sunday.
        In the SEC, every single week, it seems like every stadium is really loud, there’s hundreds of thousands of people,” 潜る 前記.
          This one is going to be similar. We expect it to be really loud, we’re talking about it throughout the week.
          We’re going to have to be great with our communication, our non-verbal communication, just like every week on the road.
          True to his word, 水曜日に, Burrow and the Bengals practiced at their Paul Brown Stadium with simulated noisecranked up so high that one security guard 伝えられるところによると apologized for it being so loud outside the ground.
          Burrow rushes against the Tennessee Titans during their AFC Divisional Playoff Game.

          Radio silence

          During the Bengalsdramatic divisional round win over the No.1 seed Tennessee Titans last week, loud noise was the least of Burrow’s concernsit was the lack of it.
          After his helmet radio lost contact with his coachesheadsets, including play-caller and head coach Zac Taylor, Burrow was left to call his own plays for a period of the game.
          Despite being sacked nine timestied for an NFL playoff recordby a rampant Titans defense, Burrow battled through to throw for 348 yards en route to a 19-16 勝つ.
          I’ve never been in that position before,” Burrow said of the communications dropout.
          That was kind of exciting for me. Zac always kind of jokes, 「ねえ, don’t pretend like the headset goes out, so you can call your own plays.
          “しかし土曜日に, the headset did go out, and so I had to call three or four plays on my own. And all of them worked, so that was fun.
          Burrow looks to pass against the Titans.

          After a 33-year run without a playoff win, the Bengals are now just a victory away from a shot at a first ever Super Bowl triumphwith the San Francisco 49ers or Los Angeles Rams awaiting at California’s SoFi Stadium on February 13.
          To get there, Burrow will have to get the better of opposing quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who dazzled during the Chiefsすごい 42-36 残業勝利 over the Buffalo Bills.
            Coined theGrim Reaperby head coach Andy Reid, the superstar passed for 378 yards and three touchdowns on top of 69 yards and a score from rushes.
            Burrow promised after victory over the Titans that the Bengals werehere to make some noise” — Sunday will show if it will be loud enough.