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With Bengals in the playoffs, fans forgive Joe Burrow's nightlife comments

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By Martin RogersFOX Sports ColumnistThere is virtually nothing Joe Burrow could do right now to make the citizens of Cincinnati waver in their love for him, so even his pouring scorn on the city’s apparently less-than-glamorous nightlife scene passed without a shred of backlash.Three weeks ago, Burrow was asked about how the Bengals managed to be one of the NFL’s least-affected teams in regard to the COVID-19 pandemic, and he cheekily quipped that it was because of the Queen City’s supposed lack of entertainment options."Fortunately, there’s not a ton to do in Cincinnati," Burrow told reporters. The regional tourist board swiftly pointed out that Travel and Leisure magazine listed Cincinnati as a top destination and, predictably, a glut of Bengals fans offered to show their beloved QB some seasonal hospitality.Any lingering hard feelings were swiftly washed away when Burrow destroyed the Baltimore Ravens on the back of 525 passing yards, then sparked a late comeback to end the Kansas City Chiefs’ long win streak and helped the Bengals clinch the AFC North."Joe Burrow was wrong that there’s nothing to do in Cincinnati," said Amie Hunsche, a lifelong Bengals fan and general manager of Champions Grille, a popular neighborhood sports bar on the city’s west side. Needless to say, the potential for some fresh history has the city buzzing.Perhaps Burrow should be excused for his missed take on Cincy’s social scene, as it seems that the most fun time of the week to be out and about is while he’s doing his thing on the football field."The city comes alive for Bengals games," Hunsche said.

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