Joe Burrow in the AFC North might not affect the Steelers like you think | Steel City Underground

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Joe Burrow in the AFC North might not affect the Steelers like you think

Hot off the heels of the NCAA Football’s National Championship game, Steelers Nation is already asking questions about a potential pairing of LSU’s star quarterback Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals. The Bengals currently hold the top pick in this year’s NFL Draft and selecting Burrow would be the “can’t miss” option early for Cincinnati.

However, that doesn’t mean instant success for the Bengals, or any team for that matter. Joe and Brian dig into the details of Burrow potentially playing in the AFC North and what that will mean, not only for the Steelers, but also the Baltimore Ravens and Cleveland Browns.

The hosts also highlight Bill Cowher’s Hall of Fame induction, which may be an early indication of a Steelers Nation invasion of Canton, Ohio later this year, as well as this weekend’s games and why Jim Harbaugh’s success, and failure, mirrors that of Mike Tomlin’s.

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