Found October 27, 2011 on WhoDeyFans:
As the Bengals head west  to  face the Seahawks, it seems a great deal of the pre-game attention has been paid to the matter of quarterbacks. We all know the story in Cincinnati.  Fans here are pretty much pleased as punch with the development of our young Andy Dalton.  As a second-round pick, the “Red Rifle” has acquitted himself quite [...]

Dalton now the franchise future for ascending Bengals

  SEATTLE, Wash. — There was little doubt that TCU rookie quarterback Andy Dalton would be taking the reins of the Cincinnati Bengals' offense in 2011 — with team owner Mike Brown and former franchise quarterback Carson Palmer at loggerheads about where Palmer would ply his trade in the future and Palmer threatening to retire, the move to take Dalton in the second round...

Andy Dalton Looks to Exploit Depleted Seahawk Secondary

Rookie sensation leads the 4-2 Bengals into hostile Seahawk territory this Sunday. Can he and fellow rookie WR AJ Green exploit Seattle's depleted CB core?

Must-Read Piece From Yahoo On Dalton, Palmer, Bengals

There are great stories ... and then there are must-read pieces like this one from Yahoo on the new-look Bengals led by Andy Dalton and how Carson Palmer quit on the team during the season last year. Yes, you read that correctly: Palmer didn't decide after the 2010 season that he was done in Cincinnati; he made his intentions known while there were still games left to be played...

Morning links: Bengals no longer bunglers

Dave Boling of The News Tribune gives us the rundown on the Cincinnati Bengals, who at 4-2 are playing pretty good football right now. The Bengals are led by rookie quarterback Andy Dalton, a player the Seahawks strongly considered taking with the team’s No 25 overall pick in this year’s draft, and receiver A.J. Green, who leads all rookies with 29 catches and four touchdowns...

NFL Preview - Cincinnati (4-2) at Seattle (2-4) (ET)

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said that Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton was a player the club considered taking in the most recent draft.

Seahawks health is key this weekend vs Bengals

Our man on the Seattle Seahawks beat Brandon Choate weighs in on this week's battle versus the Cincinnati Bengals. The Seahawks must contain Andy Dalton and A.J. Green while keeping Earl Thomas and Kam Chancellor on their toes and ready to spread the field.

Bengals-Seahawks Preview

Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider had serious thoughts about picking Andy Dalton in the first round of the 2011 draft, yet they decided to go in another direction. The way Dalton has performed, and with Seattle's quarterback situation in limbo, the Seahawks might be regretting that decision. Coming off a bye week, Dalton and the Bengals...

Rookie Report

The Cam Newton show continued this week after a layoff the previous week. Even when he is not throwing for a score he will run for one. He has a rushing touchdown in 4 straight games. He continues to get better which is impressive. He is already the third overall player in several fantasy formats, trailing only Rodgers and Brees. The unmentionables: 2. A.J. Green, WR, Bengals...

My thoughts on the Palmer trade

Of all that's being written about the Bengals' recent on- and off-field success lately, the most backward viewpoint has to be that which Peter King expressed in his recent MMQB: I think if the season was seven weeks long and I had to vote today, my Executive of the Year would be Mike Brown. It's not just the Palmer trade. It's sticking to his guns on draft day...
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