The Cincinnati Bengals are off to one of their best starts in the last decade through 6 games with a 4-2 record.

While the start has been great to see for fans of the team, it hasn’t come without some setbacks. Former LSU quarterback Joe Burrow injured his throat in the overtime loss to the Green Bay Packers in Week 5 of the regular season.

Burrow was eventually cleared by team doctor’s after being negative for a throat contusion, and played in the following game against the Detroit Lions. Burrow showed that he was still able to perform at a high level despite the injury as he threw for 271 yards passing with 3 touchdowns in the 34-11 win.

Burrow issued a written statement to reporters on Wednesday about where he is with his recovery to let people know how he’s doing:

Cincinnati Bengals head coach Zac Taylor stated that Burrow has been on voice rest since the Green Bay game. We’ll see if this affects his ability to call plays, or if the Bengals have another game like they did against the Detroit Lions.

The Cincinnati Bengals (4-2) and Baltimore Ravens (5-1) face off in an AFC North showdown for control of the division at 1 p.m. ET on CBS on Sunday.