Cincinnati Bengals receiver Mohamed Sanu had four catches for 84 yards in the Sunday victory over Kansas City. He was targeted six times.
Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton effectively spread the ball around to multiple receivers in the game, and Sanu happened to be open more frequently than teammate Marvin Jones this week. Next week the Bengals face a tough test against Seattle that might limit Sanu's productivity.
Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Brandon Tate caught a 55-yard touchdown pass from Andy Dalton in the Week 4 defeat of Kansas City. Shockingly, it came on his first offensive snap of the season.
Tate had previously been limited to special teams duty. The score came on a broken play in which Dalton scrambled outside of the pocket and Tate broke deep as a result, and then laid out to make a great catch.
The impressive snag probably won't get him much more action on offense, however, as long as the rest of the receiving corps is healthy.
Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton completed 17 of 24 passes for 321 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's game versus the Kansas City Chiefs . He also carried the ball three times for 16 yards in the 36-21 victory.
The 27-year-old picked apart the reeling Chiefs secondary for 13.4 yards per attempt, but four rushing touchdowns by the Bengals on the day limited his fantasy output. Dalton has now accounted for 10 touchdowns versus just two turnovers through four games, and he currently is on pace to top all of his career-best numbers from the 2013 season. Dalton and company will draw a tough home matchup with the Seattle Seahawks in Week 5.
He also rushed five times for 10 yards, a touchdown and a fumble. The 27-year-old turned in a huge performance in this back and forth affair, securing the victory on a touchdown pass to A.J. Green with just over two minutes remaining.
The duo of Dalton and Green revived their productive relationship Sunday, as the latter finished with 227 receiving yards and a pair of touchdowns, which bodes well for the fantasy value of each.
Dalton now has an 8:1 TD:INT ratio this season, and he will look to continue his hot start against the vulnerable Chiefs secondary in Week 4.
Dalton enjoyed a second-straight efficient performance on Sunday. Through the first two games of the season, Dalton has completed 68 percent of his passes for 483 yards, five touchdowns and, most importantly, no interceptions, his first back-to-back games without a pick since Week 1 and Week 2 of last year. Dalton may not put up the huge numbers associated with a No. 1 quarterback, but he's showing the kind of reliability valuable for a No. 2 option.
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