Andy Dalton
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FFLockerRoom | Jul 30th
The talent is there as Dalton had 10 20+ fantasy point weeks in 2013 to go along with a positive 0.437 FFLockerRoom True Proficiency Game Average. The problem is that Hue Jackson wants to turn the Bengals into a rush-first offense. How much will that affect Dalton and the Cincinnati passing game? Enough to have us bring his fantasy value down to a QB2 in deeper fantasy leagues.
Breaking Football | Jul 29th
Dalton lost his offensive coordinator and probably maxed out in 2013. Could he be headed for a slight regression? Logic says it's likely.
The New York Times | Jul 29th
Pass-happy Gruden is out, run-heavy OC Jackson is in.
Win My Fantasy League | Jul 26th
Expect regression with Hue Jackson going more run heavy
Fantasy Team Advice | Jul 24th
Bengals will likely be going with a power-run offense this year, meaning Dalton will scale back his pass attempts and yards drastically. Arrow pointing straight down here
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Jul 21st
Don't sleep on Andy's upside. He will put up 4,000 yards and 30+ TD's. His turnovers hurt, but his upside is still always present.
Fantasy Football Maniax | Jul 15th
Dalton has gone from the 18th ranked fantasy quarterback as a rookie, to 12th in his second year to sixth last year. I am not a fan of him as a franchise quarterback, but it is hard to see a scenario where he is not a productive fantasy quarterback.
FantasySharks | Jul 7th
After finishing the 2013 season as a top 5 fantasy quarterback, Andy Dalton’s current average draft position (ADP) is that of a late 11th-round selection. Fantasy Football Staff Writer Wally Spurlin takes a look at the reasons for Dalton being ranked only as the 16th or 17th best quarterback for 2014. MONDAY - BELOW 4 NEW ARTICLES
RotoBaller | Jul 2nd
Flawed NFL Quarterbacks With Upside   15. Andy Dalton – If Jay Gruden had stayed, or if he didn’t put up a stink bomb in the playoffs for the third straight year, Dalton would be much higher on this list. With that said, he’s got a plethora of weapons on the field. The opportunity is there. […]
Lesters Legends | Jun 24th
. Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton attempted 586 passes last year  and has averaged 543.7 over the past three seasons.  The 586 pass attempts were good for eight in the league behind usual suspects Peyton Manning, Matt Ryan, Drew Brees, Matthew Stafford and Tom Brady. Joe Flacco and Ryan Tannehill surprisingly round out the top seven, but that put Dalton ahead of Big Ben, Phili...