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Thread: Watching Dalton really makes you appreciate Tannehill

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    Watching Dalton really makes you appreciate Tannehill

    It's funny how so many on the board like to pick on Tannehill about his decision making, pocket awareness(poise) and especially accuracy. Clearly you haven't seen Andy Dalton play, easily he's the reason why his team isn't advancing in the playoffs and likely the reason they're going to be in limbo!


    Andy Dalton
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    to the playoffs twice in two seasons. His stats look fine on paper.
    So why does he so often look so underwhelming?Dalton's 127-yard, one-interception performance in the team's 19-13 loss to the Houston Texans on Saturdaywas not a huge surprise to anyone that's watched him over the second half of the season. The Bengals were winning despite Dalton, and his struggles have to concern the organization long-term
    http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap100...innati-bengals
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    Keep in mind that he played the Texans D in both of his playoff games.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BahamaFinFan78 View Post
    Keep in mind that he played the Texans D in both of his playoff games.
    Indeed, However thats not the only game he's looked like that.
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    I give Dalton a pass. Green is his only legit target and it's musical chairs with the second WR, his RB is a castoff from NE who under performed this year and his TE Gresham dropped more passes yesterday than Fasano has the past five years. You shut Green down, you shut down the Bengal offense

    Quote Originally Posted by ANUFan View Post
    It's funny how so many on the board like to pick on Tannehill about his decision making, pocket awareness(poise) and especially accuracy. Clearly you haven't seen Andy Dalton play, easily he's the reason why his team isn't advancing in the playoffs and likely the reason they're going to be in limbo!



    http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap100...innati-bengals
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    Dalton, did you see the Vikings QB? He was horrible!
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    Thank god we didn't draft a qb that year like everyone demanded, they all suck! (outside of Cameron newton of course)
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    Ive always thought Dalton was pretty terrible. Always offends me when I see those rookie/2nd year QB rankings and dalton is 4th or 5th, ahead of Tannehill.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joeharley666 View Post
    I give Dalton a pass. Green is his only legit target and it's musical chairs with the second WR, his RB is a castoff from NE who under performed this year and his TE Gresham dropped more passes yesterday than Fasano has the past five years. You shut Green down, you shut down the Bengal offense
    You do realize on offense across the board he has better talent than Tannehill right?
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    Be careful. Andy Dalton is a good QB. However, what Dalton shows you is it takes time to progress as QB. Patience. Patience is needed with Tannehill going fwd.
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    Dalton went into a tailspin the last half of the '11 season losing more games than he won once the film was out on him. Through his pro career he's beaten a scant few winning teams. Because he wasn't a first round choice (deservedly not) and a ginger ESPN over-hyped him as one of their Poster Boys. If he didn't have Green he'd be a bottom-tier QB. Personally I'd rather hitch my wagon to Tannehill and his upside than Dalton's.




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