Draft Rewind 2011 – Andy Dalton – Cincinnati Bengals

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about ANDY DALTON: TCU, 6020 213 4.87. Four-year starter. A developmental project who is skilled in a zone read offense in college. As with all other spread formation quarterbacks, Dalton must work at taking snaps from under center, develop his footwork to the throwing point, and work from a pocket among a myriad of NFL nuances of quarterback play. He does have a skill set such as a quick release, above average accuracy, and timing on his passes. His catch and release quickness comes from his offensive schemes’ predetermined reads. Arm strength is best short and medium. His deep ball has a tendency to hang or fade before it reaches its target. Uses the pump fake to move the safeties. Intangibles are all good. Will need to overcome his position skill level deficiencies to be more than an NFL backup quarterback. 2010 stats: 2857 yds, 66.1%, 27 TDs, 6 INTs. Career stats: 10314 yds, 61.7%, 71 TDs, 30 INTs. Ball velocity 56 mph. OSR:13/18. Third/fourth round. (A-31 1/2, H-9 3/4, SS-4.27, VJ-29.5).

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