Bengals QB Joe Burrow released from hospital; expected to play Sunday


WLWT Cincinnati 11 October, 2021 - 01:18pm

Who won the Packers Bengals game?

Packers win 25-22 in overtime on Crosby game-winner Cincinnati won the coin toss and possessed the ball first, but Burrow's first pass was intercepted by De'Vondre Campbell and returned to the Bengals' 17. Packers.comPackers win wild one in Cincinnati, 25-22 in overtime

How many field goals were missed in the Packers game?

Green Bay Packers 25-22 Cincinnati Bengals: Mason Crosby kicks game-winner in overtime after five missed field goals. NFL News. Sky Sports. Sky SportsGreen Bay Packers 25-22 Cincinnati Bengals: Mason Crosby kicks game-winner in overtime after five missed field goals

When was the last time Mason Crosby missed a field goal?

Mason Crosby misses three straight field goals Crosby hadn't missed a field goal since 2019 before Sunday's game against the Bengals. The long-time Packers kicker had made 29 straight attempts, and his last miss came in Week 17 of the 2019 season against the Lions. Sporting NewsMason Crosby, Packers win missed FG-fest on fourth try after Evan McPherson's premature celebration

How many kicks did Crosby miss?

Almost exactly three years after missing five kicks in a loss at Detroit, Mason Crosby missed four kicks but made the game-winner at Cincinnati. GREEN BAY, Wis. – On Oct. 7, 2018, Mason Crosby missed four field goals and an extra point in an infamous loss at Detroit. Sports IllustratedWith Game-Winner, Crosby Finally Ends Kicking Chaos

Joe Burrow was transported to the hospital shortly after the Bengals' overtime loss to the Packers, the team announced. The Bengals quarterback is dealing with a throat contusion. Burrow is having trouble speaking, according to Kelsie Conway of Enquirer Sports, and he did not talk to the media after the game.

It is not yet known when Burrow specifically sustained the injury, but the Bengals quarterback spent time in the team's medical tent after getting hit by several Packers defenders late in the first half. Burrow was initially hit by Packer defensive back Darnell Savage as Burrow decided to run on a third-and-12 play. 

Burrow did not miss a play on Sunday, however, as he went 26 of 38 for 281 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions. Burrow continued to have success throwing to rookie Ja'Marr Chase, who caught six passes for 159 yards that included a 70-yard touchdown reception. 

Burrow's play helped Cincinnati force overtime before losing the game on Mason Crosby's 49-yard field goal after both teams missed multiple field goals. Cincinnati is now 3-2 after seeing their two-game winning streak come to an end on Sunday. 

We'll have more updates on Burrow's condition when more information becomes available. 

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Dairyland Express 11 October, 2021 - 05:40pm

Titled "Are iPhones Really Better for Privacy?", the study undertaken by researchers at the University of Oxford asserts that neither platform does a better job than the other in terms of user privacy protection.

They found that there is no clear winner, opposed to the argument that one's smartphone architecture influences user safety. 

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What do these revelations change for your understanding of privacy on Apple's iOS and Google Android? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below. For more in the world of science and technology, continue reading

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