Cincy Shirts turns Joe Burrow’s viral post-game look into an Andy Warhol-style shirt

Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow’s postgame look is now hitting shelves at Cincy Shirts. Burrow went viral online over the weekend, not only for winning the Bengals’ first playoff game in 31 years, but also for his post-game outfit. during the post-match conference. When asked if there was any meaning to the glasses, Burrow replied, “No, I just think they’re kinda cool. What do you think?” The shirts, called Joey Warhol, were designed in the Andy Warhol style. The shirts cost $25. The Cincinnati Bengals head to Tennessee this weekend to take on the Titans in the AFC Divisional Round. The match is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. Saturday. The game was set after the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday. The Chiefs will now face the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. Bengals head coach Zac Taylor said they were ready to go. “This team is very quick to get through to the next game and that’s key at this stage of the year, you know, it’s – we only play big teams from here and, and if you don’t go through every minute of your week focusing on your next opponent, it’s going to bite you, so I’m glad our guys have that focus,” Taylor said.

Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow’s postgame look is now hitting shelves at Cincy Shirts.

Burrow went viral online over the weekend not just for winning the Bengals’ first playoff game in 31 years, but for his postgame attire.

Burrow sported rose-tinted glasses during the postgame conference.

When asked if there was any meaning to the glasses, Burrow replied, “No, I just think they’re kinda cool. What do you think?”

The shirts, called Joey Warhol, were designed in the Andy Warhol style.

Shirts are $25.

The Cincinnati Bengals travel to Tennessee this weekend to face the Titans in the AFC Divisional Round.

The match is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. Saturday. The game was set after the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday. The Chiefs will now face the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.

Bengals head coach Zac Taylor said they are ready to play.

“This team is very quick to get through to the next game and that’s key at this stage of the year, you know, it’s – we’re only playing big teams from now on and, what if you don’t go through every minute wake-up call of your week focusing on your next opponent, it’s going to bite you, so I’m glad our guys have that focus,” Taylor said.

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