Andy Dalton

#14 QB / Cincinnati Bengals / EXP: 8YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 220 lb Age: 30 College: TCU Bye 9

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  • Bengals' Andy Dalton: Stellar in Week 2 win
    By RotoWire Staff

    Dalton completed 24 of 42 passes for 265 yards with four touchdowns and no interceptions in the Bengals' 34-23 win over the Ravens on Thursday. As his numbers imply, Dalton was brilliant, particularly during a first half when he connected with A.J. Green for touchdowns of four, 32 and seven yards. He notched his fourth and final score of the contest before halftime as well, hitting Tyler Boyd from 14 yards out with 2:58 remaining in the second quarter to give the Bengals a seemingly commanding 28-7 lead at the time. Through two games, Dalton now has an impressive 6:1 TD:INT to go along with 508 yards, numbers he'll look to continue building on against the Panthers in Week 3.

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  • Dalton completed 21 of 28 passes for 243 yards, two touchdowns and an interception while adding two carries for eight yards in Sunday's season-opening, 34-23 win over the Colts. Dalton bounced back nicely after getting picked off on his first throw of the season. He connected with John Ross for a three-yard score late in the second quarter, then orchestrated a second-half comeback from a 23-10 deficit, including a 38-yard touchdown pass to A.J. Green. The Dalton-Green connection has long propped up the quarterback's fantasy value, and Ross is starting to emerge as an additional weapon after failing to record a catch in his rookie season.

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  • Bengals' Andy Dalton: Sharp in dress rehearsal
    By RotoWire Staff

    Dalton completed 11 of 16 passes for 180 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 26-13 preseason win over the Bills. Dalton received a standing ovation from the Buffalo crowd upon entering the game thanks to his role in helping the Bills snap their 17-year playoff drought last year. Those cheers quickly dissipated after his first throw of the game resulted in a 57-yard touchdown to deep threat John Ross. Dalton added a 14-yard score to A.J. Green two drives later, then set up a field goal on his fifth and final series of the game. The 30-year-old quarterback can now turn his focus toward Cincinnati's Sept. 9 season opener in Indianapolis.

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  • Dalton anticipates that offensive coordinator Bill Lazor will make significant changes to the playbook and scheme for 2018, Geoff Hobson of the Bengals' official website reports. "When we've changed coordinators in the past, the offense and the scheme and everything has stayed pretty similar," Dalton said. "I think this is going to feel a whole lot different than what we've done and the way we've done things." Lazor was promoted from quarterbacks coach to offensive coordinator in September when Ken Zampese was fired after Week 2. The in-season change didn't allow for a new playbook, forcing Lazor to work with a West Coast scheme that originally was installed by Jay Gruden in 2011 and maintained by both Hue Jackson (2014-15) and Zampese. Having previously worked under Joe Gibbs, Mike Holmgren and Chip Kelly, the 45-year-old Lazor is familiar with a variety of offensive philosophies and terminologies. Dalton struggled mightily while playing behind a porous offensive line last season, posting his lowest passer rating (86.6) since 2014 and worst completion percentage (59.9) since his rookie year of 2011. The Bengals re-signed Tyler Eifert and traded for left tackle Cordy Glenn in March, but they otherwise seem to be banking on Lazor, draft picks and in-house improvement to turn the offense around this upcoming season. It could work out well if Eifert and John Ross stay reasonably healthy, though the right side of the offensive line still appears highly problematic.

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  • Bengals' Andy Dalton: Leads game-winning drive
    By RotoWire Staff

    Dalton completed 23 of 44 passes for 222 yards and three touchdowns in Sunday's 31-27 win over the Ravens. Dalton had difficulty connecting with A.J. Green (two catches on 10 targets) and struggled throughout most of the second half, but came up clutch in the final minutes. A 49-yard touchdown pass to Tyler Boyd gave the Bengals the lead with only 53 seconds remaining, and ultimately knocked the Ravens out of the playoffs. Cincinnati certainly didn't have the 2017 season they would have envisioned, but were able to play season spoiler for division-rival Baltimore, and Dalton finished with one of his better performances of the year.

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Completed Games

WK OPP PAATT PACMP PAYD PATD PAINT RUYD RUTD FPTS
1 @IND 28 21 243 2 1 8 0 20
2 BAL 42 24 265 4 0 0 0 34
PROJECTION 518 309 3396 21 15 116 1 241.4

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Scheduled Games

WK DATE OPP OPP RANK OPP FPTS
3 09/23 @Carolina Panthers 16 20.50
4 09/30 @Atlanta Falcons 14 19.00
5 10/07 Miami Dolphins 3 11.50
6 10/14 Pittsburgh Steelers 31 37.50
7 10/21 @Kansas City Chiefs 32 39.50
8 10/28 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 27 27.00
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10 11/11 New Orleans Saints 30 33.50
11 11/18 @Baltimore Ravens 13 19.00
12 11/25 Cleveland Browns 4 12.00
13 12/02 Denver Broncos 18 22.00
14 12/09 @Los Angeles Chargers 25 26.00
15 12/16 Oakland Raiders 11 17.50
16 12/23 @Cleveland Browns 4 12.00
17 12/30 @Pittsburgh Steelers 31 37.50

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Career Stats

Season CmpPct PaYd PaTD PaInt RuYd RuTD FPTS
2018 64.3 508 6 1 8 0 54
2017 59.9 3320 25 12 99 0 271
2016 64.7 4206 18 8 184 4 304
2015 66.1 3250 25 7 142 3 301
2014 64.1 3398 19 17 169 4 277
2013 61.9 4296 33 20 183 2 373
2012 62.2 3669 27 16 120 4 320
2011 58.1 3398 20 13 152 1 259
3 Year Avg 63.3 3592 23 9 142 2 292
Career 62.4 26042 173 94 1057 18

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