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    • RedwoodOriginal5

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      Was thinking of this last night, Andy Dalton is a free agent after this season. Say McCown and Glennon both get their chances this year and both do not play very well, but our defense plays quite well. Andy Dalton has another okay season, and leads the Bengals to another 1st round exit in the playoffs. He isn’t resigned though and say we are picking around the 10-15 region in the draft. Would you rather try to sign Dalton in FA or draft a QB who will not be one of the better of the 2015 class?

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    • Anonymous

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      Rather draft one.  Dalton is mediocre with one of the top 3 WRs.  He will want Romo type money (if not more).

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    • Anonymous

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      Rather draft one.  Dalton is mediocre with one of the top 3 WRs.  He will want Romo type money (if not more).

      I want Romo money. I'm just as likely to get it as AD.

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    • Anonymous

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      Rather draft one.  Dalton is mediocre with one of the top 3 WRs.  He will want Romo type money (if not more).

      I want Romo money. I'm just as likely to get it as AD.

      Raiders, Jets may make it a bit more likely.

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    • Anonymous

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      I’m Mark Davis’ hair-stylist.

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    • barbuc

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      No thanks to Andy Dalton.

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    • Anonymous

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      I actually think a change of scenery might do Andy Dalton some good. I’ve always liked him. Would love to see him playing for the Bucs myself. He actually reminds me a bit of Brad Johnson…and we know how well he worked out in 2002.

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    • Anonymous

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      Hell no.

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    • Anonymous

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      Yeah I’d rather draft one. AD is alright but he has his limitations and he’s just about reached his ceilings with one of the best WRs in the league.

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    • gobucs123

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      Keep that ginger piece of crap far away from here.

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    • Anonymous

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      No thanks. I’ve seen a good amount of Dalton in person and he’s the reason the Bengals haven’t won a playoff game.

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    • Anonymous

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      Would rather take my chances with Glennon

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    • Anonymous

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      To the draft.  Much better talent in 2015.

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    • Anonymous

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      Was thinking of this last night, Andy Dalton is a free agent after this season. Say McCown and Glennon both get their chances this year and both do not play very well, but our defense plays quite well. Andy Dalton has another okay season, and leads the Bengals to another 1st round exit in the playoffs. He isn't resigned though and say we are picking around the 10-15 region in the draft. Would you rather try to sign Dalton in FA or draft a QB who will not be one of the better of the 2015 class?

      why would we want another team's trash?

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    • Anonymous

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      I actually think a change of scenery might do Andy Dalton some good.

      what makes you think that?

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    • Anonymous

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      Andy Dalton is garbage without AJ Green

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    • stonecoldbucsfan

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      I personally wouldn’t want to go after Dalton, just wanted to see what other peoples opinions were.

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    • bnjsnow

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      I think Dalton is a pretty good NFL QB, not an elite, but a playoff type QB, That said I like our guys…Love Mccowns leadership and think he will play well with an obvious upgrade in talent around him, (assuming he gets protection)..I think I like Glennon better than Dalton also (Especially factoring $$) to be honest..Like how Glennon played in year one, and truth be told I may have been influenced by Mccowns glowing remarks about his arm strength, ability, intelligence, and love for the game….in the short time they worked together…I like our guys...

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    • Anonymous

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      I think Dalton is a pretty good NFL QB, not an elite, but a playoff type QB, That said I like our guys...Love Mccowns leadership and think he will play well with an obvious upgrade in talent around him, (assuming he gets protection)..I think I like Glennon better than Dalton also (Especially factoring $$) to be honest..Like how Glennon played in year one, and truth be told I may have been influenced by Mccowns glowing remarks about his arm strength, ability, intelligence, and love for the game....in the short time they worked together...I like our guys...

      Ill buy him as a playoff type QB when he wins a playoff game.

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    • Anonymous

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      Andy Dalton is garbage without AJ Green

      There are only five QBs in the league that aren't garbage without good receivers.  So this is not much of a knock.

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    • gobucs123

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      Mike Glennon was one of those 5.

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    • Anonymous

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      Dalton’s problem is that he just tosses too many picks. His INT rate is among the worst in the league

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    • Anonymous

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      Was thinking of this last night, Andy Dalton is a free agent after this season. Say McCown and Glennon both get their chances this year and both do not play very well, but our defense plays quite well. Andy Dalton has another okay season, and leads the Bengals to another 1st round exit in the playoffs. He isn't resigned though and say we are picking around the 10-15 region in the draft. Would you rather try to sign Dalton in FA or draft a QB who will not be one of the better of the 2015 class?

      why would we want another team's trash?

      Well we are a bottom feeder team haha. But seriously. No to Dalton.

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    • majbodoh

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      Jay Cutler played three seasons with the Broncos, and not once did they qualify for the play offs. His stats during that time were 9,024 yards, 54 TDs to 37 INTs, with a QB rating around 88. He started 37 games, going 2-3, 7-9, and 8-8. Compare that to Andy Dalton's first three seasons. He's thrown for 11,360 yards, 80 TDs and 49 INTs, with a QB rating of 85.5. Dalton has "led" his team to 9-7, 10-6, and 11-5. Three consecutive play off seasons. One division title. Now I am not going to suggest that we will trade for Dalton, like the Bears did when they traded for Cutler. But if Dalton becomes available in free agency, or is put on the trading block after failing to a play off game, and Lovie is still in need of a quarterback if the McCown-Glennon experiment fails, then I suppose it could be a possibility that the team could move for a quarterback that has helped his team make the play offs in every season of his NFL career to date. Sure Dalton is 0-3 in the play offs to date, but so were Peyton Manning and Matt Ryan before they finally won their first play off game in their fourth trip to the play offs. So while Dalton is not an elite quarterback, and may never become an elite quarterback, he is certainly a good starting quarterback. Perhaps in the right situation, he could take that next step. But I don't see the Bengals letting him go, nor us making a move for him.

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    • Anonymous

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      Jay Cutler played three seasons with the Broncos, and not once did they qualify for the play offs. His stats during that time were 9,024 yards, 54 TDs to 37 INTs, with a QB rating around 88. He started 37 games, going 2-3, 7-9, and 8-8. Compare that to Andy Dalton's first three seasons. He's thrown for 11,360 yards, 80 TDs and 49 INTs, with a QB rating of 85.5. Dalton has "led" his team to 9-7, 10-6, and 11-5. Three consecutive play off seasons. One division title. Now I am not going to suggest that we will trade for Dalton, like the Bears did when they traded for Cutler. But if Dalton becomes available in free agency, or is put on the trading block after failing to a play off game, and Lovie is still in need of a quarterback if the McCown-Glennon experiment fails, then I suppose it could be a possibility that the team could move for a quarterback that has helped his team make the play offs in every season of his NFL career to date. Sure Dalton is 0-3 in the play offs to date, but so were Peyton Manning and Matt Ryan before they finally won their first play off game in their fourth trip to the play offs. So while Dalton is not an elite quarterback, and may never become an elite quarterback, he is certainly a good starting quarterback. Perhaps in the right situation, he could take that next step. But I don't see the Bengals letting him go, nor us making a move for him.

      Cutler and Dalton play receiver, d-line, kicker, corner AND coach the team? Wowzers. I never knew QB was the end all be all of a team's record -_-

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    • majbodoh

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      Jay Cutler played three seasons with the Broncos, and not once did they qualify for the play offs. His stats during that time were 9,024 yards, 54 TDs to 37 INTs, with a QB rating around 88. He started 37 games, going 2-3, 7-9, and 8-8. Compare that to Andy Dalton's first three seasons. He's thrown for 11,360 yards, 80 TDs and 49 INTs, with a QB rating of 85.5. Dalton has "led" his team to 9-7, 10-6, and 11-5. Three consecutive play off seasons. One division title. Now I am not going to suggest that we will trade for Dalton, like the Bears did when they traded for Cutler. But if Dalton becomes available in free agency, or is put on the trading block after failing to a play off game, and Lovie is still in need of a quarterback if the McCown-Glennon experiment fails, then I suppose it could be a possibility that the team could move for a quarterback that has helped his team make the play offs in every season of his NFL career to date. Sure Dalton is 0-3 in the play offs to date, but so were Peyton Manning and Matt Ryan before they finally won their first play off game in their fourth trip to the play offs. So while Dalton is not an elite quarterback, and may never become an elite quarterback, he is certainly a good starting quarterback. Perhaps in the right situation, he could take that next step. But I don't see the Bengals letting him go, nor us making a move for him.

      Cutler and Dalton play receiver, d-line, kicker, corner AND coach the team? Wowzers. I never knew QB was the end all be all of a team's record -_-

      I never claimed Cutler or Dalton were the only reason behind their team'a record. I simply pointed out the Broncos record with Cutler, and the Bengals with Dalton, to show a comparison between the two  since Lovie was the head coach when the Bears got Cutler.As for the QBs impact on a team, athe difference  between a good QB and a bad QB can be going 10-6 and making the play offs and going 6-10 and propping up your division.  It is true you need a good all round team to win, but generally teams without a top QB don't win much.

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    • Anonymous

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      Jay Cutler played three seasons with the Broncos, and not once did they qualify for the play offs. His stats during that time were 9,024 yards, 54 TDs to 37 INTs, with a QB rating around 88. He started 37 games, going 2-3, 7-9, and 8-8. Compare that to Andy Dalton's first three seasons. He's thrown for 11,360 yards, 80 TDs and 49 INTs, with a QB rating of 85.5. Dalton has "led" his team to 9-7, 10-6, and 11-5. Three consecutive play off seasons. One division title. Now I am not going to suggest that we will trade for Dalton, like the Bears did when they traded for Cutler. But if Dalton becomes available in free agency, or is put on the trading block after failing to a play off game, and Lovie is still in need of a quarterback if the McCown-Glennon experiment fails, then I suppose it could be a possibility that the team could move for a quarterback that has helped his team make the play offs in every season of his NFL career to date. Sure Dalton is 0-3 in the play offs to date, but so were Peyton Manning and Matt Ryan before they finally won their first play off game in their fourth trip to the play offs. So while Dalton is not an elite quarterback, and may never become an elite quarterback, he is certainly a good starting quarterback. Perhaps in the right situation, he could take that next step. But I don't see the Bengals letting him go, nor us making a move for him.

      Cutler and Dalton play receiver, d-line, kicker, corner AND coach the team? Wowzers. I never knew QB was the end all be all of a team's record -_-

      I never claimed Cutler or Dalton were the only reason behind their team'a record. I simply pointed out the Broncos record with Cutler, and the Bengals with Dalton, to show a comparison between the two  since Lovie was the head coach when the Bears got Cutler.As for the QBs impact on a team, athe difference  between a good QB and a bad QB can be going 10-6 and making the play offs and going 6-10 and propping up your division.  It is true you need a good all round team to win, but generally teams without a top QB don't win much.

      Correlation  ? causationDalton is not someone you give a mega contract to. Yuck.

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    • Anonymous

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      Jay Cutler played three seasons with the Broncos, and not once did they qualify for the play offs. His stats during that time were 9,024 yards, 54 TDs to 37 INTs, with a QB rating around 88. He started 37 games, going 2-3, 7-9, and 8-8. Compare that to Andy Dalton's first three seasons. He's thrown for 11,360 yards, 80 TDs and 49 INTs, with a QB rating of 85.5. Dalton has "led" his team to 9-7, 10-6, and 11-5. Three consecutive play off seasons. One division title. Now I am not going to suggest that we will trade for Dalton, like the Bears did when they traded for Cutler. But if Dalton becomes available in free agency, or is put on the trading block after failing to a play off game, and Lovie is still in need of a quarterback if the McCown-Glennon experiment fails, then I suppose it could be a possibility that the team could move for a quarterback that has helped his team make the play offs in every season of his NFL career to date. Sure Dalton is 0-3 in the play offs to date, but so were Peyton Manning and Matt Ryan before they finally won their first play off game in their fourth trip to the play offs. So while Dalton is not an elite quarterback, and may never become an elite quarterback, he is certainly a good starting quarterback. Perhaps in the right situation, he could take that next step. But I don't see the Bengals letting him go, nor us making a move for him.

      Cutler and Dalton play receiver, d-line, kicker, corner AND coach the team? Wowzers. I never knew QB was the end all be all of a team's record -_-

      I never claimed Cutler or Dalton were the only reason behind their team'a record. I simply pointed out the Broncos record with Cutler, and the Bengals with Dalton, to show a comparison between the two  since Lovie was the head coach when the Bears got Cutler.As for the QBs impact on a team, athe difference  between a good QB and a bad QB can be going 10-6 and making the play offs and going 6-10 and propping up your division.  It is true you need a good all round team to win, but generally teams without a top QB don't win much.

      Correlation  ? causationDalton is not someone you give a mega contract to. Yuck.

      Flacco and Culter got huge deals. Dalton will likely get one too because while he's not THAT good the options you face if you do not have him are grim. Scarcity is a beotch.

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    • Anonymous

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      Jay Cutler played three seasons with the Broncos, and not once did they qualify for the play offs. His stats during that time were 9,024 yards, 54 TDs to 37 INTs, with a QB rating around 88. He started 37 games, going 2-3, 7-9, and 8-8. Compare that to Andy Dalton's first three seasons. He's thrown for 11,360 yards, 80 TDs and 49 INTs, with a QB rating of 85.5. Dalton has "led" his team to 9-7, 10-6, and 11-5. Three consecutive play off seasons. One division title. Now I am not going to suggest that we will trade for Dalton, like the Bears did when they traded for Cutler. But if Dalton becomes available in free agency, or is put on the trading block after failing to a play off game, and Lovie is still in need of a quarterback if the McCown-Glennon experiment fails, then I suppose it could be a possibility that the team could move for a quarterback that has helped his team make the play offs in every season of his NFL career to date. Sure Dalton is 0-3 in the play offs to date, but so were Peyton Manning and Matt Ryan before they finally won their first play off game in their fourth trip to the play offs. So while Dalton is not an elite quarterback, and may never become an elite quarterback, he is certainly a good starting quarterback. Perhaps in the right situation, he could take that next step. But I don't see the Bengals letting him go, nor us making a move for him.

      Cutler and Dalton play receiver, d-line, kicker, corner AND coach the team? Wowzers. I never knew QB was the end all be all of a team's record -_-

      I never claimed Cutler or Dalton were the only reason behind their team'a record. I simply pointed out the Broncos record with Cutler, and the Bengals with Dalton, to show a comparison between the two  since Lovie was the head coach when the Bears got Cutler.As for the QBs impact on a team, athe difference  between a good QB and a bad QB can be going 10-6 and making the play offs and going 6-10 and propping up your division.  It is true you need a good all round team to win, but generally teams without a top QB don't win much.

      Correlation  ? causationDalton is not someone you give a mega contract to. Yuck.

      Flacco and Culter got huge deals. Dalton will likely get one too because while he's not THAT good the options you face if you do not have him are grim. Scarcity is a beotch.

      Exacto. I'd rather gamble in the draft than overpay for captain average haha

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