Andy Dalton hoped that the Cincinnati Bengals would trade him once they would have decided to replace him and hand over the job to Ryan Finley, but the veteran quarterback will now have to wait until the end of the season for eventually find a new house. If the Bengals decided to go in that direction, the interest would be considerable.
Dalton still wants the Bengals to exchange it, and Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports that “there will be a” viable commercial market “for him. A team to watch: the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Jameis Winston had additional difficulties this season and Bucs coach Bruce Arians gave Dalton a lot of importance in the 2011 NFL draft. Winston is also in his rookie’s final season . contract.
The Bengals have a score of 0 to 8 and may be about to rebuild completely. Dalton is under contract with the team until 2020, but it makes sense to leave him. Cincinnati is claiming to have the No. 1 overall pick in next year’s draft so they can write their quarterback of the future.
Even if we see good results on Dalton’s benches, you can not blame him for being unhappy with the situation in Cincy. The Canfora speculates that the Bengals will be able to get a second round pick in an exchange against Dalton, and you have to wonder why they have not made more efforts to move it before the deadline.