Social Media Going Wild Over Joe Burrow’s New Look He Showed Off During Appearance On The Kelce’s ‘New Heights’ Live Show

Joe Burrow walking off the fieldJoe Burrow (via Getty Images)

Many NFL fans consider Joe Burrow one of the best quarterbacks in the league. The 27-year-old has posted significant passing numbers over his four-year NFL career, all of which he has spent with the Bengals.

However, according to some Burrow lovers, his eye-popping stats aren’t the only thing the Bengals star signal caller should be praised for, as evidenced by reactions to his appearance on the Kelce brother’s live episode of the “New Heights” podcast.

Burrow debuted a new look on Thursday’s episode, and fans loved it after he revealed his more simple perm-style cut. One fan tweeted a video of the quarterback’s new look and captioned it: “JOE BURROW WHO ALLOWED THIS.”

Another fan posted a picture to X with the caption, ” Oh my god, Joe Burrow is so beautiful.” Pretty much everyone in the comments agreed with the post, and some of the replies have included some interesting comments.

Are Fans Trying To Hit On Joe Burrow?

All the comments have come on the second post, with one fan asking, “Did he get hotter,” while adding, “he looks so fine.” Another fan reacted to all the comments praising Burrow for his ability to garner such a reaction, replying simply with “the rizz.”

As previously mentioned, Burrow isn’t only a good-looking guy. He is also talented, as he led the Bengals to a Super Bowl in his sophomore season, where he put up over 4,600 yards for 36 touchdowns and a QB Rating of 108.3.

Burrow added to the conversation as he put up nearly 5,000 yards the following season, throwing for 35 touchdowns and leading the Bengals to an appearance in the AFC Championship against the Chiefs.

Burrow’s 2023 season was cut short by a hand injury he suffered in week ten against the Baltimore Ravens. Hopefully, this next season will be better as Burrow looks to make a full recovery and lead the Bengals to the playoffs.

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