Andy Dalton
Andy Dalton

Andy Dalton

Cincinnati Bengals - 75.2% owned (?)
Note from FantasyPros Staff
Wed, Sep 28th 10:52pm EDT
Dalton has produced 0.37 fantasy points per drop back. He has struggled this season with a lack of receiving weapons in Cincinnati. Dalton has only thrown two touchdowns this season. We view him as a low-end QB2 against the Dolphins in Week 4.

QB Andy Dalton completed 22 of 31 passes for 296 yards and a touchdown in Week 4 vs. Miami. Dalton managed to not throw any interceptions, but he did lose 12 yards on six rushing attempts and fumble the ball twice - luckily, recovered by CIN both times.

Fantasy Impact
Dalton to Green was a thing of beauty, going 10 of 12 for 173 yards and a touchdown. Outside of that, the entire Cincy offense was out of sorts, especially in the red zone, where they settled for five field goals. If Cincinnati is to make the playoffs this year, they have to become more effective at putting the ball into the end zone. The return of Tyler Eifert in the next week or two should help tremendously. Until then, Dalton is only a low-end streaming option at best.

Category: Game Recaps


WalterFootball, Thu, Sep 29th 4:19pm EDT

The Dolphins gave up 244 yards passing to Cody Kessler last week, which is amazing in itself, but they also were scorched by Jimmy Garoppolo in his healthy half for 234 yards and three touchdowns. Dalton shouldn't have any trouble getting the ball to A.J. Green in this one

RotoBaller, Sat, Sep 24th 12:00pm EDT

Fantasy football is just like the stock market. To succeed you have to buy low and sell high. There is a time to buy low and get players when their price tags are at their lowest points. There is also a time to sell high and trade the players on your fantasy squad who have

RotoBaller, Sat, Aug 27th 10:00am EDT

The top tier of quarterbacks is easy to figure out. Telling you that Drew Brees might have a pretty good year won't help you out on draft day. With quarterbacks being drafted later and later each year, many fantasy owners are dipping below the top ten to find a starter or pairing up second and third tier