Andy Dalton
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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.

Breaking Football | Sep 2nd
I like the Ravens to rebound on D this year, plus The Red Rifle takes his game on the road. I'm not optimistic he does great things.
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...
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