There’s a video floating around on social media that shows yet another epic moment from Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow.

During the Bengals’ win against the Buffalo Bills this past weekend, Burrow threw a touchdown to tight Hayden Hurst and then said “I’m Him” as he walked off the field.

On Wednesday, a reporter asked Burrow about saying “I’m Him” during the win against Buffalo.

Burrow, however, apparently didn’t even realize he said it.

“Did I say that? Sometimes you black out there I guess, I don’t know,” said a laughing Burrow.

I feel like we say it every day, but there really is no one quite like Joe Burrow.

Everything about him is genuine. And that’s why he’s able to lead so well. We’ve seen plenty of quarterbacks criticized for their lack of genuineness — guys like Derek Carr and Russell Wilson — but that’s not something that you’ll ever hear Burrow criticized about.

Burrow might not realize he said “I’m Him”, but he wasn’t wrong. The former LSU quarterback is the best thing going in the NFL right now.

Featured image via Kareem Elgazzar/The Enquirer / USA TODAY NETWORK

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