Joe Burrow takes drastic action after Bengal’s online backlash, deleting two important apps from his phone

The Cincinnati Bengals are down 2-0, but quarterback Joe Burrow is undeterred.

Burrow, 25, stays cool, calm and collected while focusing on their next game – even going so far as to remove both Twitter and Instagram from his phone Dov Kleimann.

Joe Burrow has been sacked thirteen times in just two games this season

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Joe Burrow has been sacked thirteen times in just two games this seasonCredit: AP

As a result of his departure from the social media sphere, Burrow admitted he didn’t see “none” of the reactions from Cincinnati fans to their disappointing start to the year.

But Burrow remains optimistic, stating: “I think it’s going to be a different reaction when we get going here.”

Burrow admitted he was “frustrated” but insisted there was no reason to panic.

Burrow told the media: “Everyone is frustrated.

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“But like I said, let’s not panic. After two games we have fifteen games left.

“Let’s all just take a deep breath and relax. We’ll be fine. We’re not worried about that.”

Burrow’s Bengals are looking to return to the Super Bowl this season after falling at the final hurdle against the Los Angeles Rams in February, and have so far lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers and Dallas Cowboys.

Burrow has thrown for 537 yards, three touchdowns and four interceptions.

As worrying as Burrow’s interception rate is the number of sacks he’s endured.

Last season, the Bengals’ offensive line allowed an NFL-high 51 sacks — just a year after Burrow was sacked 32 times in just ten games before suffering a season-ending injury.

In two games this season, Burrow has been sacked thirteen times.

If anyone could use a little social distancing, it would be Burrow.

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