KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City Chiefs likely won’t see one of their biggest rivals this postseason.

According to head coach Zac Taylor, Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow is out for the rest of the season after suffering a torn ligament in his wrist against the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday Night Football.

Burrow tried to throw the ball on the sideline in the second quarter but was not able to grip the ball.

There is a ton of speculation about whether Burrow was already injured going into the matchup after the Bengals posted a video on social media that was eventually deleted that showed Burrow wearing what looked like a brace around his right throwing hand.

The incident is currently under investigation by the NFL as to why Burrow wasn’t listed on the injury report before the game.

Burrow came into the season with a calf injury. This is a huge blow for a team sitting at 5-5 and in arguably the toughest division in the NFL in the AFC North.

The Bengals are one of the Chiefs’ biggest challengers and rivals since Patrick Mahomes was named the starting quarterback.

Burrow is the only active QB to have beaten Mahomes in a postseason game, back in the 2022 AFC Championship in overtime.

Mahomes and the Chiefs toppled the Bengals a year later in a 23-20 victory in an AFC Championship rematch.