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Bengals QB Andy Dalton (flu) sent home Wednesday

by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(12/24/14) The Bengals sent home quarterback Andy Dalton before Wednesday's practice after he showed up to the facility with the flu, reports the team's website. Coach Marvin Lewis said he expects Dalton to be fine for Sunday night's division-deciding showdown at Pittsburgh.

Cincy is a 3.5-point underdog.

Bengals QB Andy Dalton gets by without A.J. Green

by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(12/23/14) Playing much of the game without top target A.J. Green, Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton dinked and dunked his way to a Week 16 win over the Broncos. Dalton overcame an early pick-six to complete 17 of 26 throws for 146 yards and two touchdowns.

Dalton relied on his running game and repeatedly looked for tight end Jermaine Gresham over the middle, finding him for a 2-yard touchdown in the second quarter. Running back Giovani Bernard later took a dumpoff pass 22 yards for a score.

Dalton averaged 5.6 yards per attempt after averaging 4.9 the week before. It's unclear if Green (arm) will be available when the Bengals visit the Steelers in Week 17. 

Inconsistencies will continue for Andy Dalton

by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(12/15/14) The emergence of Jeremy Hill, who ran for 148 yards and two touchdowns against the Browns in Week 15, as the Bengals' go-to running back probably gives them less incentive to throw the ball going forward. They'll obviously have to when playing from behind, which could be the case Week 16 against Denver, and when they do, quarterback Andy Dalton could put up decent numbers with star wide receiver A.J. Green at his disposal. But when they don't, he's liable to disappear entirely.

Week 15 was amazingly Dalton's third game this season with less than 150 passing yards. Granted, it was the first win, but he's had enough sub-200-yard games in general that you really don't want to be in the business of making predictions with him.

For more major takeaways from Week 15, be sure to check out my latest post to the Fantasy Football Today blog.

Bengals QB Dalton has bad game in great one for team

by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(12/14/14) On an afternoon for the Bengals in which just about everything went well, not much went well for quarterback Andy Dalton.

The host Browns played most of the game without Pro Bowl cornerback Joe Haden and had much of their starting secondary sidelined, but Dalton was inaccurate and seemed to lack assurance in the pocket.

Dalton finished 14 of 24 for 117 yards, no touchdowns and one interception. His pick was thrown right to Browns linebacker Craig Robertson, whom he apparently didn't see.

He will try to find himself next Monday night against Denver.

Illness doesn't absolve Andy Dalton

by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(11/30/14) With three interceptions to just one touchdown pass and only 176 yards, Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton was undeniably bad Week 13 at Tampa Bay -- and at a time you'd least expect it. The Buccaneers entered the day ranked only 22nd against the pass and had allowed the fifth-highest passer rating of any team.

Of course, Dalton was ill for the game -- and by ill, I don't just mean a cough and the sniffles -- so he has an excuse for the poor performance. But what was his excuse Week 10 against Cleveland, when he threw for just 86 yards and three interceptions? What about when he threw those two interceptions against Jacksonville in Week 9 or against Carolina in Week 6, two of the worst defenses against the pass this season?

The truth is that even with a talented receiving corps -- yes, A.J. Green missed an extended period, but Mohamed Sanu proved to be a capable No. 1 in his absence -- Dalton hasn't been anything close to reliable this year. He hasn't been able to take advantage of matchups, and he hasn't been able to consistently find the end zone. He has 13 touchdowns to 13 interceptions, which may have been an OK ratio in Terry Bradshaw's day, but not in 2014.

Somehow, Dalton is still owned in 83 percent of Fantasy leagues. Granted, he's a backup in most of those, but by now, I've got to think you can do better than him in that role.

 
 
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