After three weeks of play, the Cincinnati Bengals hold a 1-2 record.

Joe Burrow, the Bengals' quarterback, has been dealing with a calf injury that he reaggravated in Week 2.

Derrik Klassen, from the 33rd Team, ranked all 32 current starting quarterbacks in the league going into Week 4.

Burrow had consistently been ranked in the top 5 in previous weeks.

However, he fell out of the top 5 in the weekly quarterback rankings.

Klassen attributed Burrow's drop in rankings to his uncharacteristic play, primarily affected by his calf injury.

Burrow's time-to-throw was noted as the third-lowest in the league.

His average depth of target was ranked as the fifth-lowest.

The calf injury has limited Burrow's arm strength and mobility, affecting his ability to make certain throws and scramble.

While it's acknowledged that Burrow's poor performance is primarily due to the injury, his ranking is a reflection of his recent play within the context of this injury, with potential for improvement as he continues to recover.


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