Joe Burrow knows how to celebrate championships, and there was another reminder on Sunday as the Cincinnati Bengals knocked off the Kansas City Chiefs and clinched the AFC North title.

Burrow especially knows how to celebrate with cigars as he had fans recalling memories of 2019 with LSU when he had a cigar following the Tigers’ national championship. This time, he had another cigar in the Bengals locker room after the 34-31 victory over the Chiefs.

The cigars weren’t the only reminder of 2019. Ja’Marr Chase also lit up the Chiefs’ defense, much like he did opposing defenses during the magical 2019 national championship run with LSU.

Chase set an NFL rookie record and Bengals franchise record on Sunday with 266 yards receiving and 3 touchdowns on 11 catches, while Burrow passed for 466 yards and 4 touchdowns. To add to the drama, the Bengals rallied from 3 separate 14-point deficits against the AFC West champs.

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