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Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton warms up at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on September 18, 2011 in Denver. The Broncos try to avoid their first 0-2 start in 12 years. UPI/Gary C. Caskey
Why do you smite me NFL prediction Gods? WHY! WHY I ASK!
For those that continue to fade me, I say nice work. I’m now 17-23 on the year after another 2-2 week (the Steelers and Patriots covered while the over in the Saints/Falcons and under in the Giants/49ers games did not) and chances are I’ll either go 0-4, 1-3 or 2-2 again this Sunday. Winning would be too much to ask apparently.
Bengals @ Ravens, 1:00PM ET
When Baltimore jumps out to a 42-point lead in the second quarter I’ll say to myself, “Yep, that makes sense.” But for now, I think Cincinnati is being undervalued while Baltimore is being overvalued. Seven points is a lot in a divisional game, especially considering how the Bengals have played all season. Yes, I know that Leon Hall and A.J. Green are out with in...
BEST OF MAXIM
24-year old rookie QB Andy Dalton is still playing solid football for the Bengals. He has only had one game that was a real stinker this year and that was against the 49ers, a game in which the Bengals lost 13-8. Dalton has played in 10 games for the Bengals so far this year and he has completed 197 of 332 passes (59.3%) for 2,239 yards with 15 TD passes and 12 INTs (79.6 QB...
Ravens rookie defensive end Pernell McPhee bragged after his team’s win over the Bengals that the defense had Andy Dalton’s number. Specifically, McPhee says they knew when Andy Dalton was going to call for the ball to be snapped. McPhee said he noticed by studying game tape that Dalton had a tendency to let the [...]
The Steelers were hoping to get a little help today during their bye week from the Cincinnati Bengals in their game against the Baltimore Ravens this afternoon, but that would not be the case as as the Ravens sacked Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton on 4th and goal from the Ravens 17 yard-line with 28 seconds left in the game to seal a 31-24 win at home. The Steelers started the day...
Andy Dalton, Quarterback, Cincinnati Bengals. A late game rally made things more exciting and padded Dalton's numbers, but his mistakes dug the Bengals their hole to begin with. Late in the third, the Bengals were driving, down just 14-17, and Dalton overthrew a slant and was picked. The Ravens cashed it in for a touchdown. Next drive, now down 10, Dalton completely missed...
This AFC North battle lived up to the hype as the Ray Lewis-less Ravens put on an inspired performance, forcing three turnovers in a highly-contested 31-24 victory over Andy Dalton and the Bengals.
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Dalton has burst onto the scene as a rookie with nearly 2000 yards on the season and 14 touchdowns. He and the Bengals are...
Some odds and ends from here in Baltimore…
*Passing game good news: Jerome Simpson, Andre Caldwell and Andrew Hawkins combined to catch 15 passes for 262 yards and one touchdown in the absence of A.J. Green.
*Passing game bad news: QB Andy Dalton completed just 50 percent of his passes to the trio, targeting them 30 times. He also had three of his passes intercepted and all three...