The Importance of Andrew Whitworth can’t be overstated

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2010 may have been a down year for the Bengals, but Andrew Whitworth caught his first and only touchdown pass as a Bengal on December 12th. Whitworth has continued to pile up great numbers as a left tackle and has earned the reputation as one of the best in the game.

In 2011, Whit was assigned the task of protecting new quarterback Andy Dalton, and did a superb job. Whitworth was denied the honor of playing in Hawaii that year, and came out in 2012 with a chip on his shoulder. After another great season in 2012, Whitworth finally earned the Pro Bowl honors and represented the Bengals O-line in Hawaii.

Andrew Whitworth is a known as a locker room leader who is not afraid to step up when needed.

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