Roundtable: Andy Dalton's Future in Bengals Stripes

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Dec 1, 2013; San Diego, CA, USA; Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton (14) and wide receiver A.J. Green (18) in the tunnel prior to the game against the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

 

“Has Andy Dalton done enough to earn one more year as the starting quarterback, and if not, who should be going forward?”

 

Nick Kohan

I think Andy has proven to be the starting QB for another year. People underestimate his leadership qualities and that goes a long way. He isn’t the most talented QB, but his leadership helps him a lot and I believe that is why the Bengals chose Andy Dalton in 2011.

 

John Keadle

Dalton is hot and cold; It’s up to the coaching staff to figure out what makes the difference. So far, they are stumped. Any alternative would face the same problem but from a less mature vantage point. Dalton is obviously qualified; the coaching staff has simply let him down.

 

Joe Johnson

Andy has done great things, but has also done bad things. He is a winner,  more so than people give him credit for. The problem is the playoffs.

While I still stand by my belief that he can win a Super Bowl, he needs to start winning in the playoffs…….or we can look in the draft in a couple of years. Jameis Winston would do really good things.

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  • Randy Cummins

    Like Mark Scherleth said on ESPN Mike and Mike, ” If the Bengals had Andrew Luck they would have best record in AFC” Dalton is the limiting factor on how far this team can and will go. Like what was said above though, he’s our best option for now. I personally would take Cutler over him in a heartbeat. That will never happen though, management and coaches are firmly in Dalton’s corner. Sad but true.

    • Larry Funderburg

      There isn’t anything sad about it Randy. Cincinnati has a very good qb and a fantastic leader that will be just fine. I’m a big Bengals fan since the qb’s name was Greg Cook and I know that you need to support someone as capable as Andy Dalton. Quit crying around and be happy that we have a shot at transposing the record that the great Carson Palmer left us his last year. You do remember Carson Palmer, right?

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