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Dalton nominee for FedEx Air NFL Player of Week

Posted Oct 29, 2013

For the third straight week Andy Dalton is one of three finalists for FedEx Air NFL Player of the Week.


VOTE HERE: Dalton for FedEx Air NFL Player of the Week

 


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Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton has been recognized by the NFL for his efforts in last Sunday's 49-9 victory over the New York Jets.

For the third straight week Dalton is one of three finalists for FedEx Air NFL Player of the Week. This week he is against Saints QB Drew Brees and Lions QB Matthew Stafford.

Dalton completed 19 of 30 passes for 325 yards, five touchdowns, and a passer rating of 125.7 (his third consecutive with 100 or greater) in leading the Bengals to their fourth straight win.

Bengals fans can vote for Dalton now through Friday, November 1 at 3 p.m. ET to determine the FedEx Air NFL Player of the Week. The winner will be announced Friday on NFL Total Access on NFL Network and on NFL.com.

» Vote for Andy now

 

 

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