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Is Lions' Jared Goff more reliable than Bengals' Joe Burrow?

The NFL is the league of never-ending quarterback debate, and this offseason is no different.

After helping the Detroit Lions win their first playoff game in 32 years and advance to the NFC Championship Game, Jared Goff secured a four-year, $212 million contract extension from the Lions on Monday. But has Goff, the No. 1 overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, become one of the elite quarterbacks in the sport — even over fellow top signal-callers like Cincinnati Bengals star quarterback Joe Burrow?

On Tuesday's edition of "The Herd," Colin Cowherd explained why he'd currently take Goff over Burrow.

"Burrow is better. Burrow has four straight years with injuries. Goff never gets hurt. I'd go Goff," Cowherd said. "And I love Burrow, but aren't you concerned about Burrow's injuries? When's the last time he had a good September? … You're getting to a point with Joe Burrow [where] the injuries are now part of it; you have to bake it in. People always bang on Lamar Jackson for being hurt. Well, okay, then Joe Burrow gets hurt, so if you're asking me today who I would take, this moment, very close, it's Goff. 

"And again, I know Burrow's better. I'm not denying that. More mobile, I think he's as good a third-down quarterback as the league has, but all things considered, I'm really worried about Burrow's health."

Cowherd also said he would take Goff over Jalen Hurts of the Philadelphia Eagles, Dak Prescott of the Dallas Cowboys, Jordan Love of the Green Bay Packers, Brock Purdy of the San Francisco 49ers and Kirk Cousins of the Atlanta Falcons. 

He did say he would not take Goff over reigning NFL MVP Lamar Jackson of the Baltimore Ravens, the Los Angeles Chargers' Justin Herbert and the quarterback Goff was traded for in early 2021,