Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton has continued his inconsistent fantasy production all throughout the 2013 season. Dalton has passed for 3,419 yards at a 62 percent completion rate with 25 touchdowns and 16 interceptions. While he on pace to have his first 4,000 yard passing season, the turnovers remain an issue for Dalton. He has thrown at least one interception in all but two games this year and has also lost three fumbles. While his numbers aside from the turnovers are solid, one would like to see Dalton do more with a solid run game and receivers like the stud A.J. Green as well as other weapons such as Marvin Jones, slot man Andrew Hawkins and first-round pick tight end Tyler Eifert.
Fantasy Impact: Dalton will take on the Steelers and their top-ten secondary this week. If the Bengals can't get Giovani Bernard and the running game going, Dalton could be in for a long afternoon. Owners should't be surprised he he tossed an interception or two. Dalton is a reasonable second quarterback start in two-QB leagues. Owners depending on Dalton for difference making production as their sole starting quarterback could be in for a disappointment. He's a mid-range QB2.