Stephen A. isn’t ruling out Joe Burrow reaching Aaron Rodgers’ ceiling | First Take

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Stephen A. isn’t ruling out Joe Burrow reaching Aaron Rodgers’ ceiling | First Take

Stephen A. Smith and Dan Orlovsky preview the upcoming matchup between the Green Bay Packers and the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 5 and debate whether Joe Burrow has the potential to reach Aaron Rodgers’ ceiling.

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