There’s no question that Joe Burrow is already one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL today. Despite still being just 26 years old and in his third season, the Iowa native has already taken his team to two AFC Championship games and one Super Bowl.

Yet, Burrow’s biggest detractors are quick to point to how often the former LSU star has gotten sacked in his young career. He’s been sacked a total of 124 times in 42 regular season games, an average of nearly three per game. On average, Burrow has been sacked on 7.5% of his dropbacks.

It’s certainly a concern, but obviously, the Cincinnati Bengals’ offensive line is also partially to blame, as they have had several injuries, including to starting left tackle Jonah Williams.

Now, as the Bengals prepare to take on the Kansas City Chiefs for the second time in the AFC Conference Championship, many might be curious to learn Burrow has actually done fairly well against the top seed in the AFC.