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Andy Dalton

Quarterback

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Experience: 11 years

Height: 6-2

Age: 33

Weight: 220 lbs

College: Texas Christian

2021 SEASON

  • TDS
    0
  • INT
    1
  • YDS
    206
  • RTG
    72.9
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WK OPP RESULT COMP ATT YDS AVG TD INT SCK SCKY RATE ATT YDS AVG TD FUM LOST
1 @Rams L 14 - 34 27 38 206 5.4 0 1 3 28 72.9 2 13 6.5 0 1 1

Career Stats

QB Career

SEASON TEAM G GS COMP ATT YDS AVG TD INT SCK SCKY RATE ATT YDS AVG TD FUM LOST
2011 Cincinnati Bengals 16 16 300 516 3398 6.6 20 13 24 160 80.4 37 152 4.1 1 4 2
2012 Cincinnati Bengals 16 16 329 528 3669 6.9 27 16 46 229 87.4 47 120 2.6 4 4 4
2013 Cincinnati Bengals 16 16 363 586 4293 7.3 33 20 29 182 88.8 61 183 3 2 4 3
2014 Cincinnati Bengals 16 16 309 481 3398 7.1 19 17 21 124 83.5 60 169 2.8 4 3 2
2015 Cincinnati Bengals 13 13 255 386 3250 8.4 25 7 20 118 106.3 57 142 2.5 3 5 2
2016 Cincinnati Bengals 16 16 364 563 4206 7.5 18 8 41 264 91.8 46 184 4 4 9 3
2017 Cincinnati Bengals 16 16 297 496 3320 6.7 25 12 39 255 86.6 38 99 2.6 0 4 4
2018 Cincinnati Bengals 11 11 226 365 2566 7 21 11 21 157 89.6 16 99 6.2 0 1 0
2019 Cincinnati Bengals 13 13 314 528 3494 6.6 16 14 37 249 78.3 32 73 2.3 4 8 4
2020 Dallas Cowboys 11 9 216 333 2170 6.5 14 8 24 184 87.3 28 114 4.1 0 2 1
2021 Chicago Bears 1 1 27 38 206 5.4 0 1 3 28 72.9 2 13 6.5 0 1 1
TOTAL 145 143 3000 4820 33970 7.05 218 127 305 1950 87.4 424 1348 3.18 22 45 26

Biography

PRO CAREER:

  • Has started 142 of 144 games played, throwing for 33,764 yards, 218 touchdowns and 126 interceptions while completing 62.2 percent of his passes
  • Also has 22 career rushing touchdowns, the fourth most in the NFL among quarterbacks since entering the league in 2011
  • Originally drafted in the second round (35th overall) of the 2011 NFL Draft by Cincinnati; spent nine seasons as the starting quarterback for the Bengals, leading the team to the postseason in each of his first five NFL seasons - the longest postseason streak in franchise history
  • Boasts a record of 74-66-2 as a starter, including a 70-61-2 mark with the Bengals, the most wins by a quarterback in franchise history
  • Left Cincinnati as the Bengals all-time leader in career passer rating (87.5), 300-yard passing games (28), winning percentage (.533), completions (2,757), touchdowns (204) and touchdown/interception ratio (1.73)
  • In his nine seasons in Cincinnati, Dalton started all 133 games he played, three times earning Pro Bowl honors and surpassing 3,000 passing yards in each of his first seven NFL seasons - joining Cam Newton and Peyton Manning as the only three quarterbacks to achieve such a standard

2020 SEASON (Cowboys):

  • Went 4-5 as a replacement starter for Dak Prescott and finished out the Cowboys' Oct. 11 comeback win over the Giants following Prescott's season-ending ankle injury
  • In nine starts, Dalton passed for over 2,000 yards with 14 touchdowns with a 64.5 completion percentage
  • Most notable performance came in a 37-17 win in Week 16 over the Philadelphia Eagles, throwing for a season-high 377 yards on 22-for-30 passing (73.3%) with three touchdowns

2019 SEASON (Bengals):

  • Started 13 games and missed three, completing 314-of-528 passes for 3,494 yards with 16 touchdowns against 14 interceptions. Suffered career-lows in touchdowns (16) and quarterback rating (78.3)
  • Threw for a season-high and career-best 418 yards and two touchdowns in Week 1 at Seattle (9/8
  • Returned to start in Week 12 and became the Bengals all-time leader in touchdown passes, surpassing Ken Anderson's 197 by throwing a touchdown against the N.Y. Jets (12/1), and finished his Bengals career with 204 scoring throws - one-of-45 quarterbacks in NFL history to pass the 200-passing touchdown mark
  • Threw for 396 yards on 33-of-56 passing at Miami (12/22), tossing four touchdowns and recording a quarterback rating of 104.5 in an OT loss to the Dolphins

2018 SEASON (Bengals):

  • Started 11 games, but injured his thumb attempting to recover a fumble against Cleveland (11/25), and was placed on Reserve/Injured the following day
  • Finished the season passing 226-for-365 (61.9 percent) for 2,566 yards with 21 touchdowns, 11 interceptions and a 89.6 quarterback rating
  • Led four game- winning drives in the fourth quarter - at Indianapolis (9/9), at Atlanta (9/30), against Miami (10/7) and at Tampa Bay (10/28
  • On Thursday Night Football against Baltimore (9/13), passed for 265 yards and four touchdowns (107.7 rating). All four scores came in the first half, marking the second time in his career he tossed four touchdowns in a half
  • Threw for a season-high 352 yards against Carolina (9/23)
  • Totaled 337 yards on 41 throws with three touchdowns and an interception (109.5 rating), leading a 16-play, 75-yard drive in the fourth quarter that ended in a 13-yard go-ahead scoring pass with 0:07 remaining; it was Dalton's 24th career 300-yard passing game, moving ahead of Boomer Esiason for the most in Bengals history.

2017 SEASON (Bengals):

  • Started all 16 games and completed 297-of-496 passes (59.9 percent) for 3,320 yards, 25 touchdowns and 12 interceptions (86.6 rating)
  • Had a six-game stretch without an interception - the longest streak in the NFL in 2017 and in his career
  • Posted a season-high passer rating of 146.0 at Cleveland (10/1), which included season-highs in completion percentage (83.3 percent on 25-of-30 passing) and touchdowns (four)
  • Had two scoring passes over 70 yards, both to A.J. Green - a 77-yarder against Buffalo (10/8) and a 70-yarder at Tennessee (11/12)

2016 SEASON (Bengals):

  • Started all 16 games and completed a career-high 364-of-563 passes (64.7 percent) for 4,206 yards and 18 touchdowns against eight interceptions with a 91.8 quarterback rating
  • Posted a 114.0 rating in the season-opening win at the N.Y. Jets (9/11), including 54-yard scoring pass to A.J. Green, despite being sacked seven times, most of his career
  • Had a season-best 130.0 rating against Philadelphia (12/4), passing 23-for-31 for 332 yards and two touchdowns
  • Registered a career-long completion of 86 yards (to Brandon LaFell) at Houston (12/24)

2015 SEASON (Bengals):

  • Recorded his best season as a pro, making the Pro Bowl after starting 13 games and going 255-for-386 (66.1 percent) for 3,250 yards with 25 touchdowns and seven interceptions
  • Inactive for Games 14-16 and for the Wild Card playoff game, due to right thumb fracture suffered against Pittsburgh (12/13)
  • With a 106.3 season passer rating, broke Carson Palmer's club season record of 101.1, set in 2005 and finished second in the NFL to Russell Wilson (110.1), joined Ken Anderson (four times) and Boomer Esiason (twice) among Bengals to win an AFC passing title, and it was the Bengals first since 1989 (Esiason at 92.1)
  • Seven interceptions was a team record for the fewest in a season, the previous low (nine) occurred three times
  • Opened the season with four straight games with a passer rating of 115.0-or-better, joining LA Rams John Hadl as only players to do that since 1973, the NFL's first year of using passer ratings
  • Suffered a thumb fracture against Pittsburgh (12/13) while making a tackle after throwing an interception, ending not only his season, but a streak of 77 consecutive starts, a Bengals quarterback record

2014 SEASON (Bengals):

  • Started all 16 games and the Wild Card playoff game, earning Pro Bowl honors as an injury replacement for Aaron Rodgers after completing 64.2 percent of his passes (309-of-481) for 3,398 yards and 19 touchdowns
  • Scored five rushing touchdowns, tying Jack Thompson's 1979 team-record for Bengals quarterbacks
  • Against Tennessee (9/21) became the only Bengals quarterback to catch a touchdown pass, making a catch in the flat on a throw from wide receiver Mohamed Sanu and sprinting 18 yards for the score
  • In the Wild Card game at Indianapolis (1/5/15), completed 18-of-35 passes for 155 yards with no touchdowns or interceptions

2013 SEASON (Bengals):

  • Led the Bengals to an 11-5 record and AFC North title, becoming only the second Bengal to win three NFL monthly or weekly AFC awards in a season, joining safety David Fulcher from 1989
  • Set Bengals records in passing yards (4,293) and touchdown passes (33) while completing 363-of-586 passes and adding 20 interceptions for a quarterback rating of 88.8
  • Named AFC Offensive Player of the Month for October, averaging a 116.8 passer rating over four games as the Bengals posted 4-0 record

2012 SEASON (Bengals):

  • Started all 16 games and finished 329-for-528 (62.3 percent), for 3,669 yards with 27 touchdowns and 16 interceptions (87.4 rating), finishing third in the AFC in touchdown passes; also had four rushing touchdowns
  • Earned AFC Offensive Player of the Week for his performance against the N.Y. Giants (11/11), posting a 127.6 rating while completing 21-of-30 passes for 199 yards and four touchdowns

2011 SEASON (Bengals):

  • As rookie, started all 16 games and led four wins featuring fourth quarter comebacks on his way to first alternate to AFC Pro Bowl squad, eventually earning a spot as the replacement for New England's Tom Brady
  • Became the first NFL rookie quarterback to win as many as eight starts and throw for at least 20 touchdowns; also became the first rookie quarterback not drafted in the first round to start every game in a 16-game season
  • Set Bengals rookie records for touchdown passes (20) and passing yards (3,398), while completing 300-of-516 passes with a 80.4 quarterback rating

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