Joe Burrow once again orchestrated a keen performance in his second campaign with the Cincinnati Bengals, as he led the team to a 27-24 win over the Kansas City Chiefs in the 2022 AFC Championship Game.

Even as the Bengals faced adversity early in the contest after falling behind by a 21-3 score, Burrow sure did not throw in the towel. The second-year quarterback guided the Bengals to a combined four scoring drives in the second half of regulation and overtime. In the end, a 31-yard field goal by kicker Evan McPherson in overtime clinched the Bengals a trip to Super Bowl 56.

Bengals head coach Zac Taylor was far from surprised by Burrow’s cool, calm and collected play during crucial situations of the game, which he touched on in his post-game press conference.

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“Joe Burrow, there's nothing I can say that I haven't said before,” Taylor said. “You want to make sure that the game is in hands in those critical moments.”

Overall, Burrow has now combined for five game-winning drives this season, which includes the late, pivotal drives against the Tennessee Titans and Chiefs in the playoffs.

For now, Burrow and company sure have now shifted their attention to Super Bowl 56 in two weeks. The Bengals aim for their first Super Bowl win in franchise history.