Andy Dalton

QB

#14

Experience: 9 years

Height: 6-2

Age: 31

Weight: 220 lbs

College: Texas Christian

2018 SEASON

  • TDS
    21
  • INT
    11
  • YDS
    2566
  • RTG
    89.6

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Biography

Dalton’s 2018 season was cut short, when a right thumb injury suffered in Game 11 vs. Cleveland landed him on Reserve/Injured ... Through eight NFL seasons, Dalton owns a 68-50-2 regular-season record as a starter, good for the top winning percentage (.575) of any Bengals QB with 10 or more starts ... Stands as the Bengals’ all-time leader in career passer rating (88.8) and 300-yard passing games (24), and is second in career completions (2443), passing yards (28,100), passing TDs (188) and completion percentage (62.31) ... Injury in 2018 limited him to just 2566 passing yards, the first time in his eight seasons he has failed to reach 3000 passing yards in a season; Dalton, Carolina’s Cam Newton and former Colts/Broncos QB Peyton Manning had previously been the only NFL passers to hit 3000 passing yards in each of their first seven seasons (Newton hit the mark for the eighth time in 2018) ... Has 188 career TD passes and 104 INTs, a ratio of 1.81-to-1, which is best in Bengals history, ahead of second-place Carson Palmer at 1.54-to-1 (154-100) ... Entering 2019, Dalton has posted 46 career games with a passer rating at 100 or above, and the Bengals’ record in those contests is 39-7 (.848) ... Was Bengals’ 2016 nominee for NFL’s Walter Payton Man of the Year Award.

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