Want To Know What Shows Joe Burrow Watched Over The Bye Week And What The NFL Quarterback Is Scared Of? Watch This
What does an NFL quarterback do over the bye week? Well, watch new shows and play FIFA.
NFL rookie Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow said during a press conference he watched “Queen’s Gambit”. What’s Burrow’s movie (or TV show) critic comment of that?
“It was pretty good,” Burrow said. Burrow said he also played a couple video games, including FIFA, a couple times.
Burrow also burrowed himself (yes, all puns intended) into the very popular television series, House. “Started House, there’s a lot of seasons of House,” Burrow said.
“I think I’m on season two right now, maybe, maybe the end of season one…but that’s a pretty good one…I was too scared to watch that. My parent’s watched that show growing up, but I was too scared to watch it. So, I would go upstairs and watch my own show. But, I’m starting that one now.”
Spongebob Squarepants was the show for Joe growing up in the state of Ohio, where he just so happens to have his professional career now. “I was strictly a Spongebob, Disney Channel, Nickelodeon kind of guy,” Burrow said.
Burrow also talked about being scared about a lot of things growing up, including not being able to watch Harry Potter or the Lord of the Rings. Burrow said he’s still scared of scary movies and haunted houses.
But, Burrow jokingly agreed with a media member that he’s not scared of the Steelers pash rush, though, which is who his team is playing against on Sunday.
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