Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow went above and beyond this year when it came to showing his appreciation for his offensive linemen.
The front five guys have done a better job of keeping the star quarterback clean this season after he got banged up last year. In 2021, Burrow’s 51 sacks in the regular season led the NFL. Through 15 games this season, he’s been sacked 39 times.
As a reward, the Pro Bowl quarterback bought a cruiser for each member of the line, according to Kelsey Conway of The Cincinnati Enquirer.
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Linemen will also have the option of bringing a companion for the trip at Burrow’s expense.
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The Bengals’ starting offensive line features veterans Jonah Williams, Ted Karras and Alex Cappa, along with third-year guard Hakeem Adeniji and rookie Cordell Volson.
Last year, Burrow gifted thirteen custom “iced” G-Shock watches to his offensive line for Christmas.
According to ESPN, Burrow enlisted the help of jeweler Leo Frost to make the diamond-encrusted watches. Frost used the G-Shock GM6900SCM-1 as a base and set 14-karat diamonds in white gold setting on the stainless steel bezel. Each watch had the recipient’s name engraved on the back.
Burrow is having another breakout season and has led the Bengals to another playoff spot. In his 15 games, he has thrown for 34 touchdowns and amassed 4,260 passing yards.
Other quarterbacks around the league have given their linemen gifts like scooters and golf clubs.
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback and MVP candidate Jalen Hurts dropped a lot of money on his offensive linemen when he gave them Louis Vuitton holdalls.
Burrow and the Bengals will enter the postseason hoping to defend their AFC title and return to the Super Bowl.
The organization invested in the offensive line during the offseason after Burrow took a beating last year and a Super Bowl loss to the Rams.
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The Bengals close out the season with games against the Bills and the Ravens.