Should Andy Dalton Be Worried About Losing His Job?

January 6, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

For the first time in three decades, the Cincinnati Bengals advanced to the playoffs in consecutive years. But the 2012 season ended in the same way the 2011 campaign did, with the team falling to the Houston Texans in the Wild Card round.
The Bengals failed to score a touchdown on offense Saturday, and only made it inside the Texans' 20-yard-line once. After watching the offense flounder all afternoon, a very unsettling question may have wormed its way into head coach Marvin Lewis' mind.
Is Andy Dalton really the Bengals quarterback of the future—the player the team wants leading the franchise for the next decade?
Granted, Dalton has enjoyed a fair amount of success in his first two NFL seasons. He's won 19 regular season games and has led the Bengals to the postseason twice.
In each of his two seasons, Dalton topped 3,000 yards through the air and threw more touchdown passes than interceptions. In addition, the 25-year-old's numbers improved across the board...

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