Joe Burrow’s ex-girlfriends recently revealed that the Cincinnati Bengals quarterback isn’t just a star on the football field.
Ahead of this weekend’s looming AFC Championship Game showdown between the Bengals and Kansas City Chiefs, Burrow is experiencing a fresh round of hype similar to what he saw throughout last year’s Super Bowl run.
A part of this is undoubtedly due to how easily Burrow and the Bengals dispatched the Buffalo Bills last Sunday – a squad that many had as the frontrunners to win a title in 2023.
The other part is influenced by Burrow’s undeniable, infectious swagger. And according to multiple ex-girlfriends, that has a lot to do with his legendary bedroom skills.
Per Burrow’s ex-girlfriends, he was quite impressive back in his collegiate days off the field as well.
In an e-mail tip with the subject line “GOAT in bed and on the field,” the following was revealed: “Multiple sources that hooked up” with him “claim that his line was he ‘wanted to be #1 on the field and #1 in bed.’”
This isn’t particularly hard to believe. Anyone who has seen Burrow’s current girlfriend, Olivia Holzmacher, knows that she looks happy all the time. It doesn’t matter whether the Bengals are winning, losing or what – she just has a permanent smile painted all over her face. Now we know why.
This report also explains that recent video from sports influencer Paige Spiranac which raised a few eyebrows.
Fun bedroom tales aside, Burrow needs to deliver on the field against the Chiefs this weekend. He has really had quarterback Patrick Mahomes’ number historically, but it almost feels like the latter is due a win at this point.
What works in Burrow’s favor is that Mahomes’ annoying little brother recently released a video that has cast some doubt over Kansas City’s chances. Time will tell if it actually has any impact, though.
Now that’s how you celebrate an Eagles playoff win. https://t.co/EZ9p0Iyfaz
— Game 7 (@game7__) January 24, 2023
When Cincinnati got off to a slow start this season, many began regarding last year’s Super Bowl run as an aberration. Then Burrow went and got hot when it mattered most and all of a sudden everyone is on the hype train again.
If Burrow is able to guide the Bengals past the Chiefs and into the Super Bowl, again, all questions will be answered. He will officially etch his place into the record books as a legend both on and off the field.