1) Andy Dalton (CIN) – 78.8
2) Andrew Luck (IND) – 78.3
3) Russell Wilson (SEA) – 75.8
4) Matt Schaub (HOU) – 75.6
5) Drew Brees (NO) 74.3
Need a few more reasons to love the Bengals underrated left tackle Andrew Whitworth? Read below.
Andrew Whitworth defended his quarterback on Sunday after Andy Dalton took a cheap shot from Raiders DE Lamarr Houston who knocked Dalton to the ground after the play was whistled dead due to a false start. Whitworth was ejected along with Houston and DE Tommy Kelly who came off the Raiders bench to engage in the scrum. Whitworth later stated that he would do it again in defending and protecting Dalton.
In his first visit back to Cincinnati since being traded to the Oakland Raiders last year, Carson Palmer was booed consistently, sacked 4 times, hit at least 10 times, threw an interception, fumbled once, and only had 146 yards passing.
The Bengals were the dominant team for three of the four quarters and won by a final score of 34-10. Bengals QB Andy Dalton on the other hand threw 3 TD’s (2 to Mohamed Sanu), had 210 yards passing and no interceptions. Benjarvus Green-Ellis had another big day running the ball for 129 yards and a TD. Read more.
The Bengals came up with another dominating performance today, this time on the road in Kansas City as they pounded the Chiefs 28-6 at Aarowhead Stadium. The defense did not allow a touchdown and got another good performance from the defensive line while the offense had another solid showing as the run game got going. Running back Benjarvus Green-Ellis had his first 100 yard rushing game as a Bengal as he rushed for 101 yards on 25 carries and a TD. QB Andy Dalton also threw 2 touchdown passes and no interceptions while WR A.J. Green caught a touchdown pass in his 9th straight game. Read more.