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Not sure how many people watch this NFL Network show.      A Bengal update:

Dunlap got his first recognition on the list at No. 70.

Whitworth got his first recognition on the list at No. 67.

Leaves a big possibility for the Bengals to be well represented with Atkins and AJ Green.   Then you wonder if Pac Man or Eifert can make the list. 

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For those scoring at home.     Not a current Bengal but his Bengal season landed him at No. 60.  Reggie Nelson.

So far all Bengal related rankings have the distinction of not being rated the years before.    

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Bengals hit another.     Andy Dalton at no. 35.

This is the 5th Bengal from the 2015 season.    All have been continuing the trend of not being ranked the year prior or at anytime during the past top 100 exercises.

 

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Wow, Dalton at 35 ??  Nice to see...
I'm sure there will be plenty that will argue that ranking, but he's deserving of some amount of recognition.

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Dalton is deserving based off his 2015 season.     As people look forward towards the 2016 season most assume the Steelers have the advantage at QB.

If Dalton is at his 2015 level.   He is the best QB in the division. 

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Speaking of Andy, here's FO's annual look at adjusted interceptions:

http://www.footballoutsiders.com/stat-analysis/2016/adjusted-interceptions-2015

Interesting that Dalton is their 12th-most (out of 40) unluckiest QB when it comes to picks since 2007, though that appears to be because of a particularly unlucky 2013, while the luckiest QB since 2007 is...yeah, you knew it before even hitting the link, didn't ya? Begins with "Q" ends with "r" and has "uitte" in the middle.

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Yeah that's part of what they measure. Those get subtracted. They also add back in balls that should have been picked but were dropped or knocked away.

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Guys, we've been over this.  No one wants to drop Andy's balls.  And knocking Andy's balls away? Not happening.  

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Coming in at No. 29  is Geno Atkins.      Wasn't ranked last year (shouldn't have been either) but has been previously ranked in years past.

That makes 6 Bengals from 2016.    With AJ Green still looming.   It is quite possible the Bengals might have the most from 2015 season.

 

 

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I think Atkins could be higher but I will wait to see what D-linemen are in front of him.     For sure JJ Watt. 

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7 players is damn good.     Just watching the show, I'm thinking there could be an 8th in Pac Man because he's in the player interviews.  

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On 2016/6/21 at 3:07 AM, HoosierCat said:

Speaking of Andy, here's FO's annual look at adjusted interceptions:

http://www.footballoutsiders.com/stat-analysis/2016/adjusted-interceptions-2015

Interesting that Dalton is their 12th-most (out of 40) unluckiest QB when it comes to picks since 2007, though that appears to be because of a particularly unlucky 2013, while the luckiest QB since 2007 is...yeah, you knew it before even hitting the link, didn't ya? Begins with "Q" ends with "r" and has "uitte" in the middle.

The 2016 version of Peyton Manning is the worst quarterback ever to win a Super Bowl.

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10 hours ago, milanooco said:

 

The 2016 version of Peyton Manning is the worst quarterback ever to win a Super Bowl.

BS, I watched Big  Ben have a much worse game and win.

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I'm pretty sure he meant "worst" in terms of regular season statistical production, and Manning was certainly horrible in that regard.

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20 hours ago, StripesInSuffolk said:

I'm pretty sure he meant "worst" in terms of regular season statistical production, and Manning was certainly horrible in that regard.

Well in that case I watched Trent Dilfer, win a SB also.

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