Tyler Boyd's injury resulted in Bengals loss against chiefs

By Navneet Singh 


Tyler Alexander Boyd, an American football wide receiver with the Cincinnati Bengals in the National Football League (NFL).

The Bengals selected him in the second round of the 2016 NFL Draft after he played college football for Pittsburgh.

Tyler Boyd was only able to play 15 snaps in the team's AFC Championship loss to the Chiefs due to a thigh injury.

 Tyler thinks the Bengals would have triumphed if he had played the entire game.

Boyd tried to return in the game but he thought that  it could hamper the rhythm with QB Joe Burrow.

Boyd said he thought that team have some other players like Trenton Irwin who could match the rhythm with Joe Burrow but it didn't happened according to his thoughts. 

Boyd enters the final year of his deal at a $8.45 million salary as he approaches his 29th birthday later this year. 

This could be Boyd's final season in Cincinnati, giving him one final opportunity to complete the task of using Burrow as his quarterback to reach the Super Bowl and win it.

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