Bengals QB Andy Dalton is improving on his decision making


Bengals QB Andy Dalton is improving on his decision making

Andy Dalton @andydalton14, the fourth year quarterback for the Bengals has always struggled with decision making. In the 2013 season, Dalton threw 20 interceptions, a career high. During the Bengals Monday afternoon practice, he brought joy to his offensive coordinator, Hue Jackson. On a goal-line exercise, Dalton rolled out of the pocket to the right and threw the football deep out of the right corner of the end zone. His offensive coordinator shouted to Dalton, "Good, Andy. Good Job."

Fantasy Analysis:

Andy Dalton has one the league's most dangerous weapons, A.J. Green @ajgreen_18. The problem is getting the ball to him. Out of the quarterback's 20 interceptions, most of them are due to carelessly lobbing it to Green. Although it may be a good tactic for the Lions, Dalton has always needed to learn how to do it in a smart way. With a current ADP of 131, Dalton is a solid choice very late in the draft. You are guaranteed touchdowns, and if he becomes better with his decision making, less interceptions.

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