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Andy Dalton, QB, Bengals

Position/Rank ADP NFL Team Status Experience Age Height Weight Twitter
QB - #16 CIN Active 6 years 29 6'2 220 @andydalton14

2017 Outlook: Sleeper (undervalued)

Last updated on Aug-10-2017 by Shawn Childs

Over his six seasons in the NFL, Dalton has a 56-35-2 record, leading the Bengals to the postseason five times. His best years in passing TDs came in 2012 (27) and 2013 (33) while being a much better QB as far as Ints allowed over the last two years (7 and 8). Dalton had his second season with over 4,000 yards in 2016 (4,206), but he finished with only 18 passing TDs. This was partly due to injuries to A.J. Green and Tyler Eifert and a much weaker offensive line (41 sacks allowed). He's never attempted over 600 passes in a season because of Cincinnati's success running the ball well in close situations. His completion rate (64.7) has been strong in each of the last three seasons. In 2016, Dalton had three games with over 300 yards passing while never delivering over two passing TDs in any game. This year, I like a lot of pieces of the offense and expect growth in scoring and passing yards. His offensive line will hurt him unless a couple of players show improvement in pass blocking. I'm going to stick my next out here. Possible 4,500+ yards with 30+ TDs thanks to a better rushing offense with Joe Mixon and an improved deep passing game. If you play the daily games, Dalton will pay off more than once in 2017.

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