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Year yds
Passing Yards
Touchdown Passes
Interceptions Thrown
Rushing Yards
Rushing Touchdowns
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2021 1515 8 9 76 9912.4
2020 2170 14 8 114 16314.8
3y Avg. 2393 13 10 88 1 16515
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  • Bears' Andy Dalton: Named for Week 18 start

    Dalton will start Sunday's game in Minnesota, Kevin Fishbain of The Athletic reports. Coach Matt Nagy suggested as much earlier in the week and confirmed it Friday afternoon. Justin Fields was on track to return from an ankle injury for the season finale, only to land on the reserve/COVID-19 list and give Dalton another start in what could be his final appearance for the Bears. The Chicago offense is in good health apart from Fields, with no other starters on the final injury report, COVID list or injured reserve.
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  • Bears' Andy Dalton: Poised for second straight start

    Dalton is expected to make a second straight start in Sunday's season finale at Minnesota after the Bears placed Justin Fields (illness) on the reserve/COVID-19 list Thursday, Jason Lieser of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Fields is vaccinated and therefore has a chance to test out of the NFL's COVID-19 return-to-play protocol in fewer than five days, but given the timing of his placement on the list, he'll more than likely miss a third consecutive game to end his rookie campaign. Along with Fields, Dalton was sidelined Week 16 in Seattle due to a small fracture non-throwing hand, but the latter stepped back into the lineup for the Bears' Week 17 win over the Giants. Over his seven appearances (five starts) this season, Dalton has completed 61.7 percent of his throws for 6.3 yards per attempt and a 7:7 TD:INT while carrying 15 times for 69 yards.
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  • Bears' Andy Dalton: Moves back to bench for finale

    Dalton is set to return to a backup role with Justin Fields (ankle) named the Bears' starting quarterback for Week 18 against Minnesota, Jesse Rogers of reports. The season has been disappointing overall for both Dalton and Fields, but the former has shown some promising signs with the campaign nearing its end. In what might have been his last taste of action as a member of the Bears in Week 17, Dalton started in place of an injured Fields and completed 18 of 35 attempts for 173 yards, a touchdown and an interception. The 34-year-old is scheduled for unrestricted free agency in the offseason, and there's no guarantee of another shot at a Week 1 starting job no matter where he lands.
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  • Bears' Andy Dalton: Named starter for Sunday

    Dalton will start Sunday's game against the Giants, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports. Justin Fields (ankle) is listed as questionable, but coach Matt Nagy said Nick Foles will serve as the No. 2 quarterback Sunday. While it's possible the plan changes for the season finale, Nagy did say earlier this week that Fields would need to be "extremely healthy" in order to play. Chicago's offense is otherwise in good shape from a health standpoint, while the Giants have two or three potential injury/virus absences on the defensive line, plus CB Adoree' Jackson (quad/illness) listed as questionable.
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  • Bears' Andy Dalton: Practices fully Thursday

    Dalton (left hand/groin), whom the Bears activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list Thursday, logged a full practice in his return to the team. Prior to landing on the COVID-19 list, Dalton was dealing with a small fracture in his non-throwing hand. He was listed with that precise injury on Thursday's practice report, but a groin issue accompanied it. Still, Dalton handled every practice rep at the same time Justin Fields (ankle) downgraded from 'limited' Wednesday to DNP one day later. The development could be setting the table for Dalton to earn another spot start this weekend in Seattle, but Fields has one more chance to mix into drills this week before the Bears travel west for Sunday's 4:05 p.m. ET kickoff.
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  • Bears' Andy Dalton: Not playing Monday

    Dalton will remain on the reserve/COVID-19 list and won't be available for Monday's game against the Vikings, Larry Mayer of the Bears' official site reports. Dalton was placed on the list Friday, so he was facing an uphill battle to clear all COVID-19-related protocols ahead of Monday's contest. Nick Foles will serve as the top backup to starting quarterback Justin Fields in Week 15.
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  • Bears' Andy Dalton: Goes on COVID-19 list

    The Bears placed Dalton (hand) on the reserve/COVID-19 list Friday. Dalton and cornerback Duke Shelley were deactivated for COVID-19-related reasons, becoming the 12th and 13th players on the roster to land on the list. Unless Dalton is quickly able to clear the necessary protocols in short order, he'll be sidelined for Monday's game against the Vikings. If that's the case, Nick Foles would serve as the understudy to starting quarterback Justin Fields.
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  • Bears' Andy Dalton: DNP on Thursday

    Dalton (hand) did not practice Thursday ahead of the Bears' Monday night contest against the Vikings. The quarterback came into the week with the expectation that he'd be available for Monday's game, but his inability to participate Thursday complicates the situation a little. Dalton will still have three more days to prove his health prior to the matchup with the Vikings and slot back in as the backup to Justin Fields.
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  • Bears' Andy Dalton: Dealing with hand fracture

    Dalton (hand) is expected to be available for Monday Night Football against the Vikings in Week 15, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Rapoport reports that the Dalton's non-throwing hand has a small break, but it doesn't require surgery and should heal within a week. If Dalton is available for Week 15, he will resume backing up rookie Justin Fields, which would shift Nick Foles back to No. 3 on the depth chart.
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  • Bears' Andy Dalton: Absent again Thursday

    Dalton (hand) did not practice Thursday. The 34-year-old has missed consecutive practices to open the week while dealing with a hand injury he suffered in Week 13. It was announced Wednesday that Justin Fields will start against the Packers on Sunday, so regardless of his health, Dalton will not be under center to open the game against Green Bay.
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  • Bears' Andy Dalton: Not practicing, no longer starting

    Dalton (hand) won't take part in Wednesday's practice, Adam Hoge of NBC Sports Chicago reports. Meanwhile, head coach Matt Nagy relayed Wednesday that Justin Fields (ribs) has been medically cleared and will start Sunday at Green Bay. Nagy also noted that it's unclear if Dalton or Nick Foles will serve as Fields' backup Week 14, according to Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune. Such a determination likely will come down to Dalton mixing into drills in some capacity Thursday and/or Friday as he tends to an injury to his non-throwing hand, but in any case, he's back in a reserve role with Fields healthy.
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  • Bears' Andy Dalton: Leads comeback win

    Dalton completed 24 of 39 passes for 317 yards and a touchdown with an interception in a 16-14 win over the Lions on Thanksgiving. He gained 11 yards on six carries. While the veteran quarterback had some struggles when the Bears were in position to score, throwing one pick in the end zone and nearly throwing another on a drive that ended in a Chicago field goal, Dalton was able to lead his team on an 18-play, eight-and-a-half minute drive in the fourth quarter to set up Cairo Santos for a game-winning FG as time expired. Dalton will likely return to the bench if Justin Fields (ribs) is healthy for a Week 13 clash with the Cardinals, but with coach Matt Nagy apparently on the hot seat, he could be tempted to keep Dalton's steadier hand under center rather than live with the rookie's growing pains.
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  • Bears' Andy Dalton: Loses starting job

    Head coach Matt Nagy said Dalton (knee) has been demoted to the backup role, with rookie Justin Fields being named Chicago's starting quarterback Wednesday, Larry Mayer of the Bears' official site reports. Nagy changed his mind after previously saying Dalton would be the starter once he recovered from a bone bruise in his knee. Dalton is scheduled to practice fully Wednesday, clearing the way for him to return to action as the No. 2 option Week 5 in Las Vegas. The coach could always change his mind again if Fields continues to struggle, but he'll likely give the rookie at least a few weeks to build up job security before considering another move.
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  • Bears' Andy Dalton: No decision on Week 5 starter yet

    Coach Matt Nagy said Monday that Dalton (knee) will start Week 5 if healthy, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports. Nagy appears intent on making a decision about his starter by Wednesday's first practice of the week. Rookie signal-caller Justin Fields avoided mistakes during Sunday's divisional win over the Lions, and he connected on a handful of deep throws, but a lack of touchdowns or significant rushing yards kept him from finding fantasy success. Meanwhile, Dalton's only complete game in a Bears uniform came Week 1 against the Rams, when he was held to 206 passing yards with one interception and one lost fumble.
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  • Bears' Andy Dalton: Unlikely to play Sunday

    The Bears have downgraded Dalton (knee) to doubtful for Sunday's game against the Lions, which will give Justin Fields another spot start. After managing limited practices during Week 4 prep, Dalton was given a 'questionable' designation, likely to give the Bears a bit more time to examine the state of the bone bruise in his left knee. He likely just isn't healthy enough to retain the No. 1 quarterback job in Chicago, meaning a second absence in a row is on the horizon. With Dalton out again, Fields will be under center Sunday and looking to redeem himself after a dreadful 6-for-20 passing performance Week 3 in Cleveland. Behind Fields, Nick Foles is on hand to serve as Fields' backup.
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  • Bears' Andy Dalton: Limited in return to practice

    Dalton (knee) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice. While Dalton was limited in his return to practice, rookie signal-caller Justin Fields (right thumb) managed full participation. Head coach Matt Nagy said Dalton is still the starter when healthy, but it isn't yet clear if the veteran will be available for Sunday's game against the Lions. Dalton suffered a bone bruise in his left knee during the Week 2 win over Cincinnati.
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  • Bears' Andy Dalton: Still considered week-to-week

    Coach Matt Nagy said Monday that Dalton (knee) is considered week-to-week, Doug Kyed of Pro Football Focus reports. Dalton was held out of Sunday's Week 3 loss to the Browns due to a bone bruise in his left knee, and he isn't expected to miss significant time. However, he still could be sidelined for multiple games. A better idea of the 33-year-old's status for the team's Week 4 matchup against the Cowboys should come into focus based on his status in practice this week. Although Justin Fields (hand) started against Cleveland, Nagy said Monday that the Bears "are working through" who will start at quarterback Week 4, according to Kimberley A. Martin of ESPN.
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  • Bears' Andy Dalton: Could be out beyond Sunday

    Dalton (knee) could miss an additional game or two beyond Week 4, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports. Dalton has already been ruled out for Week 3, but the Bears haven't put him on injured reserve, with Jeremy Fowler of reporting Saturday that there's at least some chance for the veteran QB to avoid multiple absences. It now appears that's the less likely outcome, even if IR isn't on the table at the moment. With Dalton recovering from a bone bruise in his left knee, Justin Fields will make his first NFL start Sunday against Cleveland.
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  • Bears' Andy Dalton: Won't start this week

    Bears head coach Matt Nagy announced Wednesday that Justin Fields will start at quarterback Sunday against the Browns with Dalton nursing a bone bruise in his left knee. Per Jeff Dickerson of, Nick Foles is in line to serve as the Bears' No. 2 quarterback Sunday, while Nagy reiterated that Dalton -- who will be officially ruled out by the team later in the week -- is viewed as Chicago's starter, when healthy. For now, the veteran signal-caller should be viewed as week-to-week.
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  • Bears' Andy Dalton: Appears likely to sit Week 3

    Dalton (knee) is considered week-to-week and appears unlikely to start Sunday's game against the Browns, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Though the Bears haven't officially ruled Dalton out for Week 3 and head coach Matt Nagy said Monday that the veteran would remain the team's top quarterback when healthy, rookie first-round pick Justin Fields looks to be trending toward the starting nod Sunday. An MRI has cleared Dalton of any structural damage to the left knee he injured in a Week 2 win over the Bengals, but he's still tending to a painful bone bruise that could make a full recovery on a seven-day turnaround difficult. Given that Dalton joined the Bears on a one-year deal this offseason with the plan of having him serve as a bridge to Fields, it's possible that Dalton loses hold of the starting job for good if the youngster acquits himself well against a tough Cleveland squad.
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