Joe Burrow wants to tell us that the Bengals would have contracted the deadly COVID-19 virus if there was nightlife and interesting things to do in Cincinnati. He credited the Bengals not contracting the deadly virus for the lack of nightlife in Cincinnati. But he’s been roasted for saying that as people do not seem to agree with him.
Joe Burrow jokingly credited the lack of nightlife and things to do in Cincinnati for why the team has not been impacted by COVID-19.
Burrow was asked where the Bengals are at now mentally compared to when they played in Baltimore on Oct. 24. Making it easier to follow those guidelines and not get COVID is the lack of stuff to do in the city, Burrow said with a jokingly smile.
Here is what Burrow said:
Fortunately, there’s not a ton to do in Cincinnati. So, it’s not, you know, no ones going out to the clubs and bars and getting COVID every weekend.
If you are curious about things to do in Cincinnati.
Cincinnati, located in the southwestern corner of Ohio along the Ohio River, grew up as a river port city, and the “Queen City” still embraces its river past with annual steamboat races and waterfront eateries. Home to more than 300,000 residents, Cincinnati has several distinct neighborhoods including elegant Mount Adams, scenic Walnut Hills, and the quirky and fun Over-the-Rhine. The city’s varied history and vibrant future combine to offer visitors plenty of exciting things to see and do, from major league sporting events and historic house tours to popular amusement parks. It’s not an exaggeration to say that Cincinnati offers something for everyone.
I have been to Cincinnati many times when I went to school at THE Ohio State University. It was only a two-hour drive from Columbus. It is your standard midwest town. It has nightclubs and whatnot, but not like LA, Vegas, NY, or Miami, and frankly, the clubs they have there aren’t the ones I suggest rich athletes go to.
Flip to the next page for the tweet and replies.