Andy Dalton
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By Brad Beers, Bengals Correspondent, Mon, Sep 22nd 12:31pm EDT

Andy Dalton completed 15 of 23 attempts for only 169 yards, 0 TDs, and 1 INT. Dalton also added an 18-yard touchdown reception from WR Mohamed Sanu on a trick play.

Fantasy Impact: For those unfortunate enough to start Dalton in a fantasy league, his day was salvaged by a trick play, where WR Mohamed Sanu threw an 18-yard TD pass to Dalton. The trick play accounted for roughly half of Dalton’s 11 points (standard scoring). Dalton has only thrown two touchdown passes on the season and has seen his point total decline each week. With the strength of the Bengals run game and defense, combined with new OC Hue Jackson, Dalton is not airing it out nearly as much as he did in 2013. Until further notice, Dalton should not be in any starting lineups, and possibly not even on a roster, depending on league depth.

By Bobby Lancaster, Bengals Correspondent, Sat, Sep 13th 11:29pm EDT

Andy Dalton completed 25-of-38 passes for 301 yards and a touchdown in Week 1 vs the Ravens.

Fantasy Impact: Week 2 Andy Dalton gets the Falcons at home in what could be a potential shoot out. Could turn into a sneaky play in a pinch or in Salary Cap leagues.

By Bobby Lancaster, Bengals Correspondent, Fri, Aug 22nd 12:24am EDT

Dalton completed 8-of-8 passes for 144 yards and 1 TD against the Jets on Saturday.

Fantasy Impact: The lower volume that is expected in the passing game will keep Dalton from being a top QB option, however, the efficiency he has been showing makes him a very safe bye week fill or handcuff QB to be had late in drafts.

FFLockerRoom | Sep 30th
Outside of Week 1, Dalton hasn't attempted more than 23 pass attempts in any given game. Week 5 pits the Bengals against the Patriots. Look for more of the same as New Englands' secondary can wreak havoc but they most definitely can be ran on.
ESPN | Aug 18th
In this clip from the Fantasy Focus: Football podcast, Nate Ravitz and Matthew Berry disagree on Andy Dalton's season value.
ESPN | Aug 18th
Nate Ravitz and Matthew Berry overreact to the weekend and Nate goes on a limb for Andy Dalton.
Breaking Football | Aug 4th
ESPN errantly reported early Monday morning that the Cincinnati Bengals had decided to extend quarterback Andy Dalton with a six-year contract worth $115 million total. The real numbers have since been released, and it’s much closer to about $96 million. …but it’s not really $96 million, either, because, as we know, NFL contracts are pretty much complete bullshit. The guaranteed...
Razzball | Aug 4th
In what is considered breaking news, to someone I guess, Andy Dalton pulled a coup de grâce, which I think is a French dessert, some kind of custard pastry thingamajig, and landed a 115 million dollar contract earlier today. Just imagine the total dollar amount if he was actually a good quarterback. I'm kidding, sorta.
EDSFootball | Aug 4th
Entering the final year of his rookie contract, Andy Dalton and the Cincinnati Bengals have agreed to a six-year contract worth $115 million, per ESPN's Adam Schefter. The exact details of the guaranteed money are not known, but the contract is expected to be the pay-as-you-go type of deal that Colin Kaepernick signed earlier this offseason. Per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the deal is expected...