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Andy Dalton doesn’t play a pretty game at the quarterback position, but he does win.
Dalton and the Bengals are off to another good start despite poor play from Dalton at times. Even with Dalton’s issues, the Bengals are still confident in their signal caller.
Adam “Pacman” Jones is extremely confident in Dalton and expressed that recently to Pro Football Talk. Jones told Erik Kuselias that he’s almost 100% sure Dalton can lead the Bengals to a Super Bowl.
“I’d say I’m about 99 percent convinced that Andy can take us to the Super Bowl,” Jones said.
“What would he need to do to get you to 100 percent?” Kuselias asked.
“I think he just needs to step up vocally and lead the team but I think he has the tools and all the weapons to lead us there.”
And there you have it.
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