Burrow and Co. lost to the Cleveland Browns 35-30 on Thursday night and fell to 0-2, and the rookie admitted after the game that it was a new experience for him.
"Losing isn’t very fun," Burrow said, according to Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio. "This might be the only time in my sporting career that I have lost two games in a row. It doesn't feel very good. I know that the guys in there are hurting. We are going to come back to work tomorrow and try to get this thing right.
"Losing is unacceptable to me, to everyone in there, to coach (Zac) Taylor, and to everybody in this organization. We are just going to have to get it fixed."
The Bengals needed Burrow to throw 61 times in just his second taste of NFL action following the preseason's cancelation. He finished the game with 316 yards and three touchdowns.
Many have praised the former LSU star's performance amid consistent pressure from the Browns' defensive line and coming off a short week, but Burrow only cares about earning his first professional victory.
"I will never adjust or accept losing," Burrow added. "That is just something that is not in my mindset, so this 0-2 start is really hurting me. I know it is hurting coach and everybody in there. We will never adjust to losing. We will never accept losing. We are just going to have to get it right."
Burrow and the Bengals face the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 3.