This is the second qualifying round for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia. The top four teams from South America and two best-placed European teams are going to take part in the final round. There are still a lot of matches to be played, and the 32 teams are fighting for their dreams. But the World Cup is not just about the teams and the result of the matches. It is about us, it is about the atmosphere that the World Cup brings and the emotions that we all experience.

A lot of people in sports journalism have to deal with the same problem: too much information. The sports news cycle can be hard to navigate. It’s too easy to miss a story when there are so many things going on. With all the changes in the NBA landscape, it’s hard to tell who is good and who isn’t. With so many teams, there can be a tendency to overlook your favorite team.

Many quarterbacks have a say in the composition of their team’s offense and the decisions that are made in the NFL draft (sorry, Aaron Rodgers). While the Cincinnati Bengals are considering LSU receiver Ja’Marr Chase, it makes even more sense to ask Joe Barrow. The Bengals QB and Chase played together in college, so the passer is familiar with this particular pass catcher. When Bengals head coach Zach Taylor asked the former No. 1 draft pick how excited he was to reunite with his former teammate, the answer decided the pick.

Joe Barrow and Ja’Marr Chase played together and won the national championship at LSU

word-image-9763 word-image-9764 Joe Burrow and Ja’Marr Chase. Photo: Chris Graythen/Getty Images Barrow played QB for LSU for the first time in 2018 after transferring from Ohio State. He arrived the same year as a true freshman named Ja’Marr Chase. Chase and Burrow developed a strong bond that first year. The Louisiana native caught 23 balls for 313 yards and three touchdowns this season, becoming the team’s third leading receiver. Burrow, Chase and LSU as a whole took a step forward in 2019. As a sophomore, Chase caught 84 balls for 1,780 yards and 20 touchdowns, making him the team’s leading receiver. He even beat Justin Jefferson, a first-round pick in 2020. With Chase on the outside, Barrow won the Heisman Trophy and the LSU Tigers won the 2019 football national championship.

Joe Barrow told Cincinnati Bengals coach Zach Taylor he was excited to see Ja’Marr Chase

A great moment with @bengals HC Zac Taylor in episode 4 of Flying Coach with @ringer … About talking to Joe Barrow before the game. From 1 to 10, how would you like to play Ja’Marr Chase? 10. Great. – Peter Schrags (@PSchrags) June 9, 2021 Chase declined to participate in the 2020 season due to COVID-19 issues. Judging by his results so far and his time of 4.34 in the 40-meter dash, he remains one of the top prospects in the 2021 draft. Despite the success Burrow and Chase had together at LSU, Taylor wanted to make sure the quarterback was comfortable with the 6-foot-7 receiver choice. In an episode of theFlying Coachpodcast, host Peter Schrager asked Coach Taylor about the Chase draft. Taylor told Schrager and Rams head coach Sean McVay that communication was not the deciding factor, but that chemistry was something the organization took into account. Then he relayed his conversation with Burrow to the moderators: I asked the questions. Hey, you want to play with him? Yeah, I know. What is your level of excitement, on a scale of 10? It’ll be 10 points. Well, then I don’t have to ask many more questions. It was good. Making your head coach happy by selecting receivers is usually a good thing (sorry again Rodgers), so the Bengals didn’t have to think twice and made that choice.

Burrow and Chase are one of the top three college QB/WR combinations assembled in the NFL for the 2021 draft

When the 2021 NFL season begins, Joe Barrow and Ja’Marr Chase will be one of three QB/WR duos to make it into the top 10 drafts. After Chase, the Miami Dolphins and Philadelphia Eagles selected Alabama receivers Jaylen Waddle and DeVonta Smith at Nos. 6 and 10, respectively. Waddle would return to Tua Tagovailoa’s team and Smith would be reunited with Jalen Harts. Waddle and Tagovailoa had a close call in Tuscaloosa. As a freshman, when Hawaii was QB, Waddle had his best statistical season. He caught 45 balls for 848 yards and a record seven touchdowns. In 2017, the only year Herts and Smith were together and Herts was a regular starter, the true freshman caught eight balls for 160 yards and three touchdowns. They also played together in 2018, when Smith had 42 receptions for 693 yards and six touchdowns, but that was mostly with Tagovailoa under center. This number of collegiate meetings in a single project is unique. It will be interesting to see how each QB/WR tandem performs early in the regular season. All statistics are from Sports Reference RELATIONSHIP: Mack Jones and Tua Tagovailoa will meet in week one in aBama quarterback battle.

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