A look at Joe Burrow's most iconic outfits from the 2022 season 😎

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Fans know Joe Burrow for his golden arm and confident play on the field for the Cincinnati Bengals. But those who follow his every move recognize him for another important characteristic: his unique fashion.

Burrow’s wardrobe has received national attention, earning him a spot on the New York Times’ list of most stylish people from last year. The gunslinger doesn’t just dress to impress.

He dresses to win.

In honor of the Bengals’ second consecutive playoff appearance, we looked at some of Joey B’s most iconic fashion choices from the 2022 season.

However, beware: This content may contain too much drip.

Week 2 vs. Dallas Cowboys

This checkered suit jacket was the first item to catch our eye this season. His maroon pants combined with the matching Nike shoes and Cartier sunglasses pulled the entire outfit together, but the Bengals couldn't pull together the win, losing 17-20.

Cartier shades are a common theme for Burrow, dating back to last season's playoff run. Cornerback Chidobe Awuzie said the two visited a Cartier store during a trip to Las Vegas last summer, and an employee recommended an item that "this guy Joe Burrow" made "very popular," not realizing she was speaking to the Bengals quarterback himself.

Has Joe single-handedly increased Cartier's authority within pop culture?

Week 4 vs. Miami Dolphins

The Bengals didn’t travel to Miami to play the Dolphins in Week 4, but Burrow still dressed on theme before the game on Sept. 29.

It was a primetime contest on Thursday Night Football, so Joey B had to dress to the nines. He donned this floral suit, which resulted in another nickname being added to his long list of monikers, this one being Joey Flowers.

Burrow threw for 287 yards and two touchdowns, and the Bengals won 27-15. Lucky suit?

Week 5 vs. Baltimore Ravens

Burrow and company played in their second consecutive primetime game in Week 5 when they took on the Ravens on Oct. 9. The quarterback had to dress fresh yet again. He just had to.

This black (what looks like) paisley-printed suit and the accompanying bag were on-point.

The Bengals lost the game, 19-17, but you can't say Burrow didn't look good while doing it.

Week 7 vs. Atlanta Falcons

This outfit wasn’t for everyone, but it certainly grabbed the attention of the internet. Burrow showed personality with this choice, as the blue NASA-themed crewneck was indeed out of this world.

The NASA merch is part of rapper Kid Cudi's collection. Cudi and Burrow are friends and even starred in a Bose commercial together. The quarterback previously said listening to Cudi's music is a staple of his pregame activities, and he sent the rapper his game-used jersey after the Bengals won last season's AFC championship game.

The Bengals handled the Falcons easily, winning 35-17.

Week 8 vs. Cleveland Browns

This get-up was simple, but Mr. Burrow understood the assignment: Halloween. The hoodie with “Boo” across the chest was perfect for the spooky holiday, and the bomber jacket was a nice touch.

However, the outcome of the game was as frightening as a haunted house. The Browns won 32-13.

Week 11 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

Who doesn’t love rap legends Michael Scott and Dwight Schrute, the dynamic duo from Scranton, Pennsylvania, aka the Electric City? Joe Burrow paid homage to the stars from “The Office” during his trip to Pennsylvania with this hoodie in Week 11. His jacket and hat added a little flair to it.

Burrow's play was also electric. He threw for 355 yards and four touchdowns, leading to a 37-30 win.

Week 12 vs. Tennessee Titans

I don’t have much to add about this one. This jacket was just too fresh not to include in the list.

Burrow threw for 270 yards and a touchdown against the Titans, and the team earned its third consecutive win, 20-16.

Week 13 vs. Kansas City Chiefs

Does this maroon suit confirm that Burrow loved Taylor Swift’s “Midnights” album? Eh, not quite, but it helped him grow his real (bleeping) legacy.

The Bengals beat the Chiefs – whom they defeated in last season's AFC championship game – 27-24. The LSU product threw for 286 yards and two touchdowns, and he completed just over 80% of his passes.

Week 14 vs. Cleveland Browns

The all-black bucket hat, T-shirt, pants and leather jacket combination was stylish, but it also showed that Joe meant business against his AFC North rival. The Ohioan earned his first career win over the Browns in Week 14, throwing for two touchdowns in a 23-10 victory.

Bucket hats have come back into style the last couple years, and Burrow has fully embraced the trend. He also sported one at UFC 276 last summer.

Week 16 vs. New England Patriots

When you play on Christmas Eve, you have to wear a Ron Swanson holiday sweater. Those are just the rules.

Burrow completed 40 of 52 passes against the Patriots for 375 yards and three touchdowns, and the Bengals won 22-18. It was the perfect present for the Who Dey faithful.

Week 18 vs. Baltimore Ravens

January is turtleneck season, and this white sweater, topcoat and Cartier shades combination further proved why fans call the quarterback Joe Cool.

Burrow's 215 passing yards and one touchdown led his team to its eighth consecutive win (27-16), and it helped clinch a home playoff game for the Bengals.

Wild-card round vs. Baltimore Ravens

Cincinnati's favorite quarterback brought back the bucket hat look for the first playoff game of the season against the Ravens. It appears to be the same one he wore to UFC 276. However, that wasn't the only piece that caught our attention. Burrow wore what looks like a vintage-style Bengals T-shirt that we know the entire city purchased within minutes, and his black bomber jacket was a nice addition to the postseason fit.

Bucket hats must equal wins, as the Bengals defeated the Ravens 24-17 to advance to the divisional round.

Curious to see what other players wore before the game against the Ravens? Take a look here.

Divisional round vs. Buffalo Bills

Joe Cool showed up to the Bills' Highmark Stadium ready for the chilly New York weather. He wore a puffer coat that appears to be from The North Face and Gucci collection, and he, of course, had some slick shades. Burrow's matching pants and hat were also on point.

The QB was ready for the cold temps on the field, too. He led the Bengals to a 27-10 victory to advance to the AFC championship game for the second straight year.

AFC championship game vs. Chiefs

You probably saw this fit when he arrived in Kansas City, as Burrow may have been making a subtle statement with his outfit choice ahead of the AFC title game against the Chiefs. He wore a pink denim jacket with matching pants, and a T-shirt that featured a pink bear wearing a shirt that said, "Sorry." The bear was also holding a red tag that said, "Sorry in Advance."

So, what is the quarterback apologizing for? That's up for interpretation. But Sorry in Advance is the name of the clothing line that makes the shirt.

Joe also walked in wearing some fresh glasses, which could be part of his signature Cartier look but it's difficult to tell for sure.

This was from the Super Bowl last season, but we still had to include it.
This was from the Super Bowl last season, but we still had to include it.

This article originally appeared on Cincinnati Enquirer: What did Joe Burrow wear for Chiefs game? His best fits of 2022 season