Found June 17, 2013 on Football Nation:
Andy Dalton is entering his third season as the Bengals' starting quarterback.  During his first two seasons he has led Cincinnati to the playoffs, only to fall to Houston in the wild card round each year.  Is the third time going to be a charm for the player known affectionately as "The Red Rifle"?  Let's look at his numbers over his first two years in the league.NAMEREG SEASONPLAYOFFSCOMATTCOM%YARDSTDINTDALTON19-130-2629104460.270674729Dalton has impressed in every statistical category since he was drafted in 2011. How much so is made clear when you put his numbers up against active Super Bowl winning quarterbacks. NAMEREGPOSTCOMATTCOM%YARDSTDINTDALTON19-130-2629104460.270674729FLACCO20-123-257292761.765843524E MANNING12-110-138975451.648053026BREES10-170-052588259.553922831ROETHLISBERGER22-35-136456364.750063420P MANNING16-160-1657110859.278745243BRADY20-103-0637101462.866074626In comparison to the champion ship quarterbacks, Dalton has the third highest regular...
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