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Andy Dalton has the best team-friendly contract of any NFL quarterback

The Cincinnati Bengals continue to have one of the NFL’s most stable quarterback situations.

That’s in large part because of Andy Dalton, who has grown into a franchise quarterback during the course of his seven-year career. He’s shown he can play at a Pro Bowl-level and lead the Bengals to the playoffs, even if he has yet to win a postseason game.

Making Dalton’s deal even more special is he’s one of the best value quarterbacks in the NFL in terms of veterans who have signed deals following their rookie contracts. Dalton’s contract pays him an average of just $16 million per year, the 16th-highest of any quarterback, per Spotrac.

That’s after Jimmy Garoppolo just signed a massive deal with the 49ers, paying him an annual salary of $27.5 million. That number isn’t far from being twice as much as what Dalton makes, despite the fact that Dalton has 102 more regular-season starts than Garoppolo.

And that’s before impending free agents Kirk Cousins and Drew Brees sign new deals, which are guaranteed to be bigger than Dalton, who will likely enter the 2018 season with the 19th-highest average among quarterbacks.

It will also be one of, if not the lowest average among starting quarterbacks on non-rookie deals. That kind of team-friendly deal only strengthens the fact that Cincinnati has one of the best quarterback situations in the NFL.

Additionally, should the Bengals cut Dalton this offseason, they would be on the hook for only $2.4 million. But if they cut Dalton in 2019, there is no dead cap hit.

That’s right. The Bengals could cut Dalton next year and not owe him a penny. If the Bengals keep Dalton around as expected, he’ll continue getting paid between $16.3-$17.7 million per year for the 2018-2020 seasons before becoming a free agent in 2021.

It’s likely that Dalton will sign an extension sometime within the next two seasons before being allowed to become a free agent. Still, it’s great to see the Bengals have so much flexibility with his deal while also not being hamstrung by it.

Now, it’s time for the Bengals to start taking advantage of it and re-signing their best players while acquiring some quality outside free agents as well. Despite having Dalton signed to such a good deal, the Bengals have let Marvin Jones, Mohamed Sanu, Kevin Zeitler and Andrew Whitworth leave in free agency over the last two offseasons, so they’ve really done a poor job at taking advantage of Dalton’s sweetheart deal.

Let’s hope that changes in a big way this year.

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Andy Dalton would ‘be a king’ if the Buffalo Bills traded for QB, says Preston Brown

Preston Brown is set to hit free agency in March, but that is not stopping the linebacker from playing Buffalo Bills general manager.

Brown recently spoke with Jeremy Rauch of Cincinnati’s FOX 19 about a wide variety of subjects. Perhaps the most interesting comment made by Brown, a Cincinnati native, was that the Bengals should trade Andy Dalton to the Bills if they’re not happy with the quarterback.

Dalton played a big role in ending the Bills’ 17-year playoff drought. The Bengals quarterback threw a late-game touchdown pass to Tyler Boyd in the regular season finale against the Baltimore Ravens. Shortly after Dalton ended the Ravens’ season, Bills fans donated generously to the Andy and Jordan Dalton Foundation.

Buffalo is expected to move on from Tyrod Taylor this offseason and the team could find his replacement in the draft, free agency or via trade. The Bills will keep all of their options open, but is Dalton a realistic possibility?

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Anything can happen in the NFL, but there is no indication that the Bengals would move Dalton despite Brown saying “everybody talkin’ about go trade for him.” Bleacher Report’s Chris Simms predicted that A.J. McCarron, the Bengals’ No. 2 quarterback, would start for the Bengals at some point in 2018, but he never predicted the quarterback would exit Cincinnati this offseason.

Dalton probably won’t be the Bills’ starting quarterback in 2018, but Brown was correct about one thing. The quarterback would be treated like a king in Buffalo.

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Browns coach Hue Jackson hopes Myles Garrett will emerge as a dominating player over the next month-and-a-half.

Garrett, the rookie defensive end and first-overall NFL Draft pick, responded to his coach’s challenge by collecting his fifth sack in six games in Sunday’s loss to the Bengals.

Garrett bullied left tackle and former Texas A&M teammate Cedric Ogbuehi before crashing into quarterback Andy Dalton on a crucial third-and-7 in the second quarter.  Though pleased with Garrett’s performance, Jackson made clear he expects more from the talented edge rusher.

“I think he made some plays,” Jackson said with a smile Monday. “Obviously, the sack was spectacular, but I think there’s more in there. He needs to do that more, and he will.”

Garrett, who totaled 31 sacks with the Aggies before coming to Cleveland, applied pressure on Dalton throughout the afternoon but agreed with his coach’s analysis.

“I felt like I was close a couple of times, it was nice to get back there,” he said, “But I’ve got to capitalize and make sure I keep on getting there. Those times that I’m close, I have to make sure I finish and actually get there and separate him from the ball.”

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Garrett, who missed four games with a high-ankle sprain and then another because of a concussion, will remain a key cog in Cleveland’s defensive plans. As the Browns search for their first win of the season, there’s a hope Garrett — in addition to many other young players on the roster — continue to grow with five weeks left.

“I think you’re looking at players who are playing their tails off and trying as hard as they can,” Jackson said.discount football jerseys wholesale

“We have to continue to push them and continue to get them to the level we feel they need to be. That would be my challenge to him. I think there’s more in there from him.”

The rookie defensive end and first-overall NFL Draft pick was named one of five finalists for the Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Week award Tuesday after collecting his fifth sack in six games in Sunday’s loss to the Bengals. This is the third time Garrett has been nominated for the award.

Garrett applied pressure on quarterback Andy Dalton throughout the afternoon and dropped the Cincinnati signal-caller on a crucial third-and-7 in the second quarter.

Garrett is up against Saints running back Alvin Kamara, Bengals running back Joe Mixon, Redskins running back Samaje Perine and Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp.

Garrett, whom head coach Hue Jackson has challenged to emerge as a “dominant” player, missed the first four weeks of the season because of a high-ankle sprain and another game because of a concussion.

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I have this team that is 3-0. And yes, “Come on Rank, nobody cares about your fantasy teams. Just get to the sleepers and stop with this nonsense.” God, yes. I get it. Nobody cares about my fantasy team. But can I have just a little bit of fun? I want to share a quick story about this and I swear it’s actually fantasy relevant with advice and everything. Savvy? Good.

So I have this team. You might have heard, 3-0. I know, “Good job, Rank. You’re an expert, you should be 3-0.” Well listen, imaginary person, I’m having a conversation with in my head, I abhor the title “expert” and if you would let me finish, I would tell you that I’m 3-0 with Andy Dalton wholesale jerseys authentic as my starting quarterback.

No need to be so dramatic.

But it’s been kind of a minor fantasy miracle to even win one game with him, especially in the first two weeks. Here is my crowd-sourced question, though. I have to keep starting him until he loses, right? I know, this would have been a funnier bit had I thrown it out to the fantasy world last week when he was coming off back-to-back miserable games. Now he has the Cleveland Browns so I really have no choice but to play him again this week against the Browns. So that’s automatic. wholesale football jerseys china

And if you think about it, the Patriots are going to need playmakers. That was evident last week, especially once Danny Amendola went out. Plus, Burkhead did get a red zone target that he failed to convert. But that’s how close these guys are to flipping a bad game into a salvageable fantasy afternoon. So judge Burkhead on a case-by-case situation. And if anybody hate-drops him this week, make sure to scoop him up off the waiver wire at the very least. You will want a player from a high volume offense opposed to some of the other guys who are going to be available out there. I’d almost rather hold shares of Burkhead than any of the curtain-jerkers the Cardinals are going to attempt to replace David Johnson with. Just saying.

So I guess here is the thing I really wanted to share with you all: Don’t pick up Dalton this week. It has nothing to do with the matchup or the numbers, but I really need you all to stay off the Dalton Hype Train this week. You all ruined Jay Cutler for me last week, I don’t need you doing the same thing to Dalton, too. I finally got him back to being a good fantasy quarterback again, I don’t need all of you adding him this week, putting that undue pressure on him, and having him sink my perfect season in Week 4 against the Browns. I will give you plenty of other guys you can choose from here. I just want to ask you as a friend (and I feel we’re all friends here), don’t pick up Dalton. Just let me have this.

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So you won’t let me play Dalton. Who can I play instead? Deshaun Watson

Very impressive performance from Watson on Sunday afternoon in New England. One we didn’t expect from a rookie quarterback. Because as you’ve heard by now (and I even shared this in Like/dislike) rookie quarterbacks don’t do well in Foxboro.

Alas, this didn’t work out. At least not in real football. But Watson did show he was capable of making big plays. And really, there is plenty to pick apart from a film room perspective. And I would caution you that the Patriots defense (yes the Pats D) has struggled early this year and allowed some quarterbacks you wouldn’t think of (looking at you Alex Smith) to have some monster days. I like Watson’s rushing ability (124 yards and a touch) and a great matchup against the Titans gives him plenty of sleeper appeal.

Have you taken a victory lap on Jared Goff yet?

It’s still too early for that. And remember, I was into Jay Cutler last week (well, before you all ruined it). So, no victory lap for me. I’ve been really impressed with him, though. Goff went 22 of 28 for 292 yards and three touchdowns, which I’m assuming is good. I don’t want to proclaim him the second-coming of Norm Van Brocklin, but it does go to prove my preseason point that a little bit of coaching was going to be quite a boon to this young man. I mean, it wasn’t even as if he was just throwing check downs to Cooper Kupp (remember him?), he spread the ball around to everybody and it was impressive. I like this matchup against the Cowboys. The secondary is a little bit banged up. But I will caution you about Demarcus Lawrence. The Rams must find a way to stop him, or at least slow him down to give Goff some time to get rid of the ball. I’m really excited to see how Goff handles this pressure.

Great, you’ve scared me off Goff, how about another quarterback? Trevor Siemian

Man, I told you this was going to be a tough matchup against the Bills. I really like that defense. I’m more comfortable with Siemian at home. Plus, the Redskins really exploited one of the Raiders’ biggest weaknesses on Sunday night. The Raiders survived the first two weeks, but I’m looking forward to some shootouts for the Raiders this season. Speaking of the Raiders, I have Derek Carr in a few leagues. I’m contemplating going and picking up another quarterback like Siemian, Goff or Dalton to play this week. Although I probably won’t, I’m still thinking about it.

Hey Ace, glad you talked down Siemian last week. You also talked up Cutler. You sticking with him?

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I picked up Chris Carson at your behest, can I play him this week?

You should play him every week. James Koh crushed his write-up right here. And Carson was good last week. I know some of you were left underwhelmed. Because the buildup rivaled that of “Batman v. Superman” or whatnot, but Carson was still pretty good. (Yep, I’m still bringing that up.) Look, double-digit points from a guy you drafted super late (or even picked up on the wire) is pretty great. What you should be really encouraged by was that his touchdown last week was a receiving touchdown.

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Dude! I need a running back: Wendell Smallwood

He out-snapped the other guy by 21, and he’s more of a Darren Sproles-type than anybody else on that roster. I’ve been a fan of his since he was at West Virginia and feel like he could really be something special if given the chance.

Who was that other guy in Philadelphia? Corey Clement

He played just seven snaps, so this is purely a speculative add. I’m currently in a 14-teamer and there is just about nobody on the waiver wire. This is like a lottery ticket you get on your birthday. It could end up being something huge. You might also be looking at nothing in return.

How about a super-stash? Matt Breida

Another guy that’s going to be hidden deep in your benches. I implored people to add him Thursday night as a stash just in case. And if you did, your heart jumped a little bit when Carlos Hyde went down. So this is imperative for Hyde holders. Also if you want to be a jerk to the guy who has Hyde.

Was Sterling Shepard a fluke? No.

I love Shepard. I wasn’t about to fall for Brandon Marshall. I feel bad for folks who bought in. But I feel really comfortable with Shepard as a WR3 or whatever your needs are. I don’t know you. But I do know Shepard look pretty great against the Eagles. Eli Manning, in an effort to get the ball out of his hands and mask the offensive line problems, looked for his slot receiver. Shepard rewarded him with a 77-yard touchdown. This might not happen every week (duh), but I love the upside of this dude.

Doug Baldwin could be out, who can I add: Paul Richardson

He’s caught a touchdown in back-to-back games. But the Seahawks play the late game on Sunday and if you want to wait until the very last minute for a decision on Baldwin, then Richardson clearly offers you some protection.

Give me an ultra-stash: Trent Taylor

You don’t figure anybody is going to usurp Pierre Garcon in San Francisco. But Taylor could eventually find his way onto the field more. He played on just 47 percent of the snaps, which is troubling. Especially in a wild shootout. But if you’re in the mood for a high-upside lotto ticket, then give Taylor a look.

The tight end position is killing me. Give me a guy: Jesse James

Oh, you didn’t know! You’re (behind) better call somebody. It’s me, it’s me, it’s the d-o-double-G. The Road Dogg Jesse James. He’s got a great matchup against the Ravens who have allowed four touchdowns to tight ends this year. He was targeted in the end zone last week against the Bears, but that Chicago D is just too stout! And let’s be honest, I just want to do this in the Danger Zone.

Who are the Browns playing? Bengals D/ST

This might be too easy. A lot of folks got burned last week by just picking the team that was going against the Jets. Hell, I’m done in my survivor pool. But the Bengals D did make some noise against Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay. So I feel I should at least reward them for that.