In the Bengals’ last play for Super Bowl LVI, the recipient Ja’Marr Chase It was open.
He was open enough on the right sideline in fourth and one that he would probably have gone down if the ball had been handed to him.
Adding to the drama, Los Angeles defensive back Galen Ramsey He fell at the same point as Donald in Borough – which made Chase even more open.
As it turns out, this was not the play it was named for.
“I checked to that go the way. “I was expecting to throw it and didn’t have the time,” Borough said on Tuesday, via Jeff Hobson of the team’s website. “Like I said, we put that behind us. We lost. We had a great year going forward.”
After being incomplete, Chase threw his helmet onto the lawn in frustration.
“It was hard. It was hard. I was in my second tournament [game] “I really wanted it,” Chase said. “Anger appears when you like the game a lot. Feelings.”
While the play was unsuccessful, Burrow’s instinct to rely on his relationship with Chase was correct. If the duo don’t have to deal with Donald the next time such a situation arises, they will likely complete the pass.