Bengals have reservations about Andy Dalton

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 Bengals have reservations about Andy Dalton

Andy Dalton was available at the 35th pick in the 2011 draft because he has physical limitations. He isn’t particularly big, strong-armed, or athletic. And so Bengals offensive coordinator Jay Gruden had to design creative ways to mask Dalton’s deficiencies in his first year, while maximizing the rookie signal caller’s strengths.
Gruden did a great job — particularly in a lockout-shortened offseason — but in some circles Dalton is now being billed as a future elite player. Not so fast.
“I think there’s a sense right now, for a lot of people, that Dalton’s on his way toward being a great quarterback,” NFL Films producer Greg Cosell told Yahoo! Sports. “I can tell you that those in the Bengals’ organization have a few doubts as to what his true upside is. Because at the end of the day, while I think Dalton is a good player, I think — not I think, I know — that he’s got some arm strength limitations.
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3 Responses to Bengals have reservations about Andy Dalton

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  2. Bill Choice says:

    Oh please Brett Farve would have never made it in the NFL if we went by this crap. The guy may have technical limitations but has the heart to be great.

  3. Jmv100@live.com says:

    Thank you.you can’t measure heart.

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