‘Make sure y’all get that refund’: How social media reacted to the Bengals’ 27-10 win over the Bills

ORCHARD PARK, New York — It seems like Joe Burrow always rises to the occasion when big games come around, and Sunday’s 27-10 win vs. the Bills was no exception.

He came out the gate hot, completing passes to seven different receivers for 118 yards and a pair of TDs in the first quarter. Burrow finished with 242 yards and two TDs on 23-of-36 passing, and was sacked just once despite missing starting offensive linemen Alex Cappa and Jonah Williams.

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As for his receivers, Ja’Marr Chase, Hayden Hurst and running back Samaje Perine all had five catches. Chase and Hurst caught Burrow’s two TD passes and finished the day with five catches for 61 and 59 yards, respectively. Most importantly the Bengals’ 10th straight win has them still in the hunt for the Super Bowl.

Here’s what social media had to say:


MAKE SURE YALL GO GET YALL REFUNDS BACK #WHODEYBengals running back Joe Mixon tweeted postgame.

Cleveland.com’s Andrew Gillis on twitter: #Bengals LB Logan Wilson, after praising DC Lou Anarumo: “At the end of the day, it’s on us to go out and execute. We believe in the system, we have all year, and I think we are playing at a high level. We just don’t get the credit we deserve.”

Cincinnati FOX 19′s Joe Danneman on Twitter: “You think that’s not disrespectful?” Ja’Marr Chase and the AFC championship neutral site tickets motivation. #Bengals

The Athletic’s Paul Dehner Jr. on twitter: Eli Apple leaning against a wall puffing a cigar during every question repeatedly professing his defense the best in the league is some kind to mood. And about sums up the #Bengals locker room. “We are just the greatest.” – Apple

“I’m on the Bengals bandwagon. And, I would like to see them finally get their Superbowl rings. WHO DEY?” wrote Bengals fan James Jones on twitter.

Former Bengals tight end Tyler Eifert: “Bengals by a billion.”

“BENGALS WIN!!! SNOW ANGEL TIME!!!” @cincyproblems tweeted.

ESPN’s Louis Riddick on twitter: If you don’t believe #Bengals DC Lou Anarumo deserves to be seriously interviewed for HC jobs, then I don’t know what to tell you. He is dialing up the right calls at the right time over and over.

Bengals fan T.M. on twitter: Playoff Joe Mixon is different than regular season Joe Mixon I’ve been watching him for years turn it up when the team needs it most.

Bengals fan Greg Hellmann on twitter: With all the Teeeee and #WhoDey chants through out the game today from #BengalNation, one would think it was a home game for the Cincinnati Bengals #RuleThePlayoffs #RuleTheJungle great job all the went Way to represent!!

The Cincinnati Enquirer’s Kelsey Conway on twitter: Ted Karras told me he was dealing with a knee injury during the game, specifically in the second quarter, but was able to tough it out. They’ll take a look at it tomorrow but he has no doubt about his availability to be able to play against the Chiefs. Tough as nails. #Bengals

“Lou Anarumo to media: Why is everyone so quiet. Let’s f—— go,” tweeted the Athletic’s Jay Morrison.

ESPN’s Ryan Clark on twitter: While people out here interviewing Ken Dorsey they better hit up @Bengals’ defensive coordinator Lou Anarumo! He ain’t done nothing but kick butt the last two postseasons

Cincinnati FOX 19′s Jeremy Rauch on twitter: [Sarcasm font] “They have to formulate plans…we keep screwing it up for everybody. I hate that. I’m sorry.”

Zac Taylor on the NFL’s handling of the playoff scenarios and the #Bengals mowing right through them.

Joe Danneman: Joe Burrow on this version of the #Bengals when compared to the version that won the AFC championship in Kansas City last season: “I think our (offensive) line is better, I think our run game is better, I think our defense is better, our special teams is better.”

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