Andy Dalton
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Following a short td run, Dalton left the Bengals' third preseason game with an apparent neck injury. He was replaced by A.J. McCarron on the next series. (Source: Coley Harvey on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Dalton was sighted on the sideline afterwards, so the injury may not be severe. Until we hear otherwise, continue to draft Dalton as you would have.

Category: Injury Updates


Breaking Football | Sep 1st
After killing it in 2013, The Red Rifle understandably took a massive dive down. I think he rises up from 19th, but not by much.
The NY Times | Sep 1st
Coming off of a career-low 481 attempts and a 19:17 TD:INT ratio. Green's return to health will help.
Fantasy Football Maniax | Sep 1st
Dalton is not a great fantasy option, but his numbers took a hit with injuries to WR A.J. Green, WR Marvin Jones, TE Tyler Eifert and RB Giovani Bernard. If those three can stay healthy, Dalton should go back to being a volatile QB2 with QB1 upside. People forget that he was the 5th ranked fantasy quarterback in 2013.
FFLockerRoom | Aug 31st
You need to remember that he should have a healthy receiving corps and also a healthy Tyler Eiffert to go along with one of the best backfields in the game. Dalton may not be great but he's got weapons.
RotoBaller | Aug 30th
Dalton might not be a great talent, but he doesn't have to be with the players he plays with.
Coach Esser | Aug 29th
Dalton is no longer the sneaky QB2 in fantasy leagues. He's the last acceptable QB2 for me now, because he plays in an offense that will rely on it's two running backs to push the team. Even with AJ Green and a healthy Tyler Eifert and Marvin Jones Dalton's upside is limited.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Aug 29th
The Red Rifle is a solid back-up QB from a fantasy perspective and will throw over 3,000 yards as well as over 20+ TD's this year.
WalterFootball | Aug 28th
Andy Dalton is not going to blow anyone away with his eliteness, but he sure has a nice supporting cast this season with A.J. Green, Marvin Jones and Tyler Eifert all back and healthy.
Breaking Football | Aug 26th
The Cincinnati Bengals are the epitome of being a “fringe” team. What I mean by that is the Bengals are good, but not great. They…
RotoBaller | Aug 1st
Much like any other position there are always quarterbacks that surprise and far exceed their ADP. Just last year there were four QBs with an ADP of QB15 or worse that finished in the top ten (Wilson, Roethlisberger, Eli Manning and Tannehill). The year before that saw Andy Dalton explode for 33 touchdowns and finish... Read More