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Writing was on the wall with him. He had a serious neck injury and those put you out almost always. He's lucky he can still walk.

But yeah, he could've been a good RB.

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His deal was very team-friendly indeed:

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Dalton receives a signing bonus of $12 million and a roster bonus in three days of $5 million. That’s a total of $17 million out of the gates. Coupled with his $986,000 base salary (which isn’t guaranteed as a legal matter but it is as a practical matter), Dalton will make $18 million in the first year of the deal.

Then, on the third day of the 2015 league year in March, Dalton earns a $4 million roster bonus. He also has a $3 million non-guaranteed base salary in 2015. That’s $25 million over two years.

The rest of the base deal is simple. In addition to annual workout bonuses of $200,000, Dalton has base salaries of $10.5 million in 2016, $13.1 million in 2017, $13.7 million in 2018, $16 million in 2019, and $17.5 million in 2020.

If in any year he participates in 80-percent of the regular-season snaps and the Bengals get to the divisional round of the playoffs (via wild-card win or bye), he gets another $1 million in each additional year of the deal.

If he qualifies at any point for the conference title game (with 80-percent playing time in the regular season), another $500,000 flows into the base value of the deal, for each additional year.

If he wins a Super Bowl he won’t be driving off in a Hyundai; Dalton will get another $1.5 million per year for each remaining year of the deal.

So if the Bengals win the next Super Bowl this year and if Dalton participates in 80 percent of the regular-season snaps in 2014, he’ll get another $18 million over the life of the deal, pushing the new-money average from $16 million per year to $19 million. Getting to the divisional round this year pushes the new-money average to $17 million.


http://www.cincyjungle.com/2014/8/4/...er-100-million
So basically it's a 2 yr/25 million dollar deal, then it's year to year. He has to win a Super Bowl to see anything close to the reported 115 million. Great deal for the Bengals. This is a "prove it" contract. Just like the Kaep deal, if he doesn't perform up to the contract standards, Bengals have an out. Seems like the majority of Bengals fans are satisfied ( and are educated ).


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His deal was very team-friendly indeed:



So basically it's a 2 yr/25 million dollar deal, then it's year to year. He has to win a Super Bowl to see anything close to the reported 115 million. Great deal for the Bengals. This is a "prove it" contract. Just like the Kaep deal, if he doesn't perform up to the contract standards, Bengals have an out. Seems like the majority of Bengals fans are satisfied ( and are educated ).




I don't understand the win the superbowl things in QB's contracts. I mean, they put it in there, but then don't put a good enough team around them to win the superbowl. I guess that's just their way of saying, "Yea our QB is getting paid a lot, but not really."


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I don't understand the win the superbowl things in QB's contracts. I mean, they put it in there, but then don't put a good enough team around them to win the superbowl. I guess that's just their way of saying, "Yea our QB is getting paid a lot, but not really."
I see what you're saying. Those are pretty high expectations, but at the end it's all incentives.

Basically it's a motivation tool. They get 'X' amounts of additional money based off performance. I feel like the Bengals have a good enough team to reach that far and Mike Brown definitively feels that way; thus structuring this contract. Now the ball is in Dalton's court. If he steps up and performs at the level expecting of him, he'll have a permanent home here with all of those incentives.

Dalton gets a pretty substantial raise and enough up-front cash to be set for life, and he is only going to be “underpaid” if he suddenly becomes an elite QB. The Bengals pay 12.5 mil. for the next two seasons for a legitimately solid but not yet elite quarterback (which is not unreasonable) and the flexibility to keep or release him after 2016 based upon his performance.

And if he actually wins a Superbowl, he gets a big raise and the Bengals have a SB winning quarterback at slightly below market value. After 2 years, if he ends up not meeting specific goals year-to-year ( same as Kaepernick’s contract ), Bengals still have the ability to cut ties with him and go in a different direction. Not bad for anyone.


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We'll see how long the Bennett suspension is. It's seems to be from more than just from the fight itself. I bet he'll bee back by the end of the week.

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This Andy Dalton deal though. It's not a good look for you, Cincinnati.
A Browns fan criticizing any other teams QB situation

Seriously though I like this deal. I would hate to see where the Bengals would be if they had to replace Dalton anytime soon. They have nothing waiting in the wings, and you know darn well if they let him walk another team would snap him up quick. Better to deal with the devil you know, as the saying goes...

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