There are some questions about Andy Dalton's physical traits as a quarterback, but there's no questioning his ability to win--that's what's been shooting him up draft boards.
Victor Cruz set the Giants' single-season receiving yards record while Matthew Stafford led the Lions to their first playoff birth since 1999. All in all, week 16 was a pretty unique one.
The Bengals knocked their 2011 NFL Draft out of the park, starting with 4th overall pick A.J. Green. But in 2012, one thing is clear: Green can't do it all on his own.
Mike Harmon tells you who to start in Week 12.
PFW's Nolan Nawrocki hears that the Raiders expect to pick up Colin Kaepernick and the Bengals are likely to select Andy Dalton in the second round on Friday. What about Ryan Mallett? He shouldn't expect much.
Carson Palmer will be traded, Andy Dalton will start Day One. The Bengals quarterback situation is clear-cut, right? According to PFW's Eric Edholm, it's not even close.
Ndamukong Suh laid a heavy hit on Bengals QB Andy Dalton in a preseason game and, as a result, he paid the price. But he wasn't the only NFL personality tweeting about NFL penalties this week.
With Carson Palmer out and rookie QB Andy Dalton under center for the Cincinnati Bengals, it may not matter that Andre Whitworth and Carlos Dunlap are set for stellar seasons.
Andy Dalton and Joe Flacco are two mid-level QBs leading top-notch teams who battle for a tie of the AFC North lead in PFW's Game of the Week for week 11.
As the end of the season approaches, the offensive Rookie of the Year award appears to be down to two candidates: Cam Newton and Andy Dalton. Which rookie QB has had the better season?
As T.J. Yates gets his feet wet under center for the Houston Texans, Andy Dalton has shown signs that he's hit the rookie wall. With the Texans as the underdogs, are they an upset waiting to happen?
Andy Dalton and the young Bengals have spent all year proving wrong those who said they coudln't compete this year. And it starts with PFW--the Bengals started the year 32nd on our Power Rankings.
Behind Andy Dalton's surprising rookie success, the Bengals surprisingly made the playoffs in 2011. But now that he's expected to be even better, he's an AFC North player in the crosshairs in 2012.
Behind rookies Andy Dalton and A.J. Green, the Bengals were a surprise entrant in the 2011 playoffs. But if they can't find a legitimate complement to Green, they might not be back in '12.
Which second-year QB will finish 2012 with the most passing yards? Andy Dalton is in the lead, but can he hold off Newton Locker, Ponder and Gabbert? Cast your vote in the PFW poll!
Andy Dalton leads second-year QBs in passing yards after three weeks, and the fans' voice says he'll finish the year that way. Can he outperform Newton, Ponder, Locker and Gabbert all year?