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Andy Dalton eager to step up and lead the Bengals

Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton knows he has to do more if he's going to get his team over the playoff hump. Now with four seasons under his belt -- and four quick playoff exits -- Dalton seems poised to assume a stronger role as a leader. With only three players with more seniority on the offense than Dalton -- Andrew Whitworth, Andre Smith, and Cedric Peerman -- the quarterback...
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

A.J. McCarron to Andy Dalton: ‘Hopefully one day we’re both $100 million guys’

Andy Dalton is the starting quarterback for the Cincinnati Bengals and is getting paid over $100 million to play under center. Bengals’ fans cringe at that statement. According to Dalton’s backup, A.J. McCarron, he sees himself just as worthy as the incumbent. The former Alabama quarterback told the Cincinnati Enquirer that while he believes Dalton is truly the quarterback...
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Bengals QB AJ McCarron Has big Dreams for Andy Dalton and Himself

Cincinnati Bengals backup quarterback AJ McCarron is finally feeling healthy after suffering a shoulder injury that kept him out for most of his rookie season. Hoping for a shot at becoming the primary backup behind quarterback Andy Dalton, McCarron shared this about his health (via “I feel great. Body feels great and I feel like I’m slinging it better than...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Cincinnati Bengals: Make or break year for Andy Dalton

Andy Dalton has led the Cincinnati Bengals to the playoffs in his first four seasons of the NFL, posting a regular season record of 40-23-1 but failing to win a game in the postseason. Most teams would be happy with making the playoffs four years in a row, but one year after signing a six year 96 million dollar contract, expectations have been raised. Dalton showed promise and progression...
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Could a former Ohio State star be the favorite to backup Andy Dalton in 2015?

The Cincinnati Bengals decided to give a quarterback that has been passed around the league lately, a shot. They invited a quarterback that is real familiar with the state of Ohio and played his college ball just about two hours down the road in Columbus. Got any guesses? Former Ohio State star Terrelle Pryor was 1 of 8 tryout players invited to Bengals' weekend minicamp. pic.twitter...
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21 days ago  |  Discuss

Bengals’ QB Andy Dalton headlines a group to participate in a really cool event

Everybody knows what a stand-up guy Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton is. Well, he is at it again and this time he is joining the fight against hunger in the community. Thrilled to announce the 2015 @Bengals Taste of the NFL hosts – @andydalton14 @HoltmansDonuts — Freestore Foodbank (@FreestoreFB) May 6, 2015 AROUND COVER32...
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The Andy Dalton plan for 2015

As Andy Dalton walked off the field last season on January 5th, 2014 after a third straight playoff defeat, this time to the San Diego Chargers, the future plan for Andy was already being set into motion. The 2013 season was one that had seen both ends of the spectrum where two different Andy Dalton’s had emerged. “Good Andy” had a stretch that saw him win NFL NFL Offensive...
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January 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Andy Dalton is spiraling toward career failure

At some point winning games may actually be bad for the Cincinnati Bengals. Because winning just enough and squeaking by to edge into the playoffs has continually masked a problem. It goes by the name of Andy Dalton. As the embarrassing performances pile and the quarterback continues to limit the production of an otherwise talented offense, the Bengals need to ask an important and...
Via This Given Sunday
November 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Andy Dalton had a historically bad night

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton put up one of the single-worst performance for a quarterback in the recent history of the league in a 24-3 loss to the Cleveland Browns on Thursday night. The recently-extended former second-round pick completed 10-of-33 passes for 86 yards with zero touchdowns and three interceptions. To put those numbers into perspective, he averaged...
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November 07, 2014  |  Discuss

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