ANIMATED: Andy Dalton Doesn't Understand J.J. Watt's Interception, Either

It's always interesting to watch how a quarterback reacts to an interception. Not how they bounce back, mind you -- this is a phrase always used by broadcasters who tell viewers to keep an eye on whether a quarterback is gun-shy -- but how they react immediately after making the mistake. The facial expressions, the hands on their head or the looks of confusion are always interesting to see.

And when a quarterback is picked off by a large man -- say, a defensive end or tackle -- it's funny to see what happens next. On Saturday, after J.J. Watt picked off Andy Dalton, the Bengals quarterback gave us a neat little reaction. It was part confusion, part "what have I done" and part "oh brother."

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Now contrast Dalton's look with that of Watt, who hustled into the end zone for a touchdown. Watt wasn't exactly excited -- at least outwardly -- as he hustled over to the bench for something important. Get this man some oxygen, stat.

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