Dalton (groin) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Rams. Dalton looks like a go Sunday and he'll carry a 20:5 TD:INT ratio into the weekend against a Rams team that has dropped three straight decisions by a combined tally of 74-44.
Dalton (groin) practiced fully Thursday, ESPN's Coley Harvey reports. Dalton was limited at Wednesday's practice, but Thursday's full participation presumably foreshadows a probable designation for Sunday's game against the Rams.
Dalton (groin) was limited at Wednesday's practice. We'll track Dalton's status in the coming days, but so far there is nothing at this stage to suggest that his status for Sunday's game against the Rams is in any danger.
Dalton completed 22-of-38 passes for 197 yards and one interception in Monday night's loss to the Texans. Dalton easily had his worst performance of an otherwise impressive season so far Monday night, as he posted low-marks in passing yards, completion percentage and yards per attempt. Additionally, Monday was Dalton's first game without a touchdown pass this season, and he threw an interception. After failing to score a touchdown at home against the Texans, Dalton will now lead the Bengals' offense into Arizona for a difficult Week 11 matchup versus the Cardinals on Sunday night.
Dalton completed 21 of 27 passes for 234 yards and three touchdowns, adding six carries for five yards, in Thursday's 31-10 win over the Browns. All three touchdowns went to Tyler Eifert, who was part of a three-way time for the team lead with six targets. Dalton bounced back nicely from his first down game of the season, leading his team to 31 points on eight competitive drives. He predictably didn't get his usual volume, as the Bengals were ahead by multiple scores for most of the second half. Dalton has been one of the most consistent quarterbacks this season, and he get an excellent Week 10 matchup with the Texans on Monday Night Football.
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