Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals are coming into the AFC Championship Game with tons of swagger.
The defending AFC champions are facing the Kansas City Chiefs for the second consecutive season in the championship game.
While the team escaped Arrowhead Stadium with the win, it took a second half comeback and overtime to win the game.
Because of the history the Bengals and Burrow have over the Chiefs, they have come up with a new name for Arrowhead Stadium.
They now call it “Burrowhead,” in honor of the quarterback who is undefeated against the Chiefs.
#Bengals players are openly calling the #Chiefs Arrowhead stadium, "Burrowhead" because of Joe Burrow's dominance over Patrick Mahomes 📝
Burrow is 3-0 in his career vs Mahomes pic.twitter.com/JiBvoyjSy9
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) January 25, 2023
While the young quarterback is undefeated against Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs in his career, he’s only played one game at Arrowhead.
However, the game was the AFC Championship Game, which got Burrow to his first Super Bowl.
With the AFC Championship running through Arrowhead Stadium again, the Bengals feel confident they can extend their winning streak against the Chiefs to four games.
While they could, it won’t be easy, as the stadium is the loudest NFL stadium in history.
Fans will be out in full force to disrupt Burrow and the Bengals offense.
While the team had a plan last season, fans are hoping to rattle the Bengals offense.
They take the “Burrowhead” nickname as a shady insult to their team.
While going against Mahomes is a tall task, overcoming the fans is a taller task they must overcome.
They will need a good silent count, because fans won’t let the offensive line hear Burrow.
If they don’t have this, their nickname for Arrowhead will go down in flames.NEXT: Skip Bayless Believes There Is One Reason That Bengals Are Favored Over Chiefs