Andy Dalton completed 21-of-30 passes for 199 yards and four touchdowns in Cincinnati's 31-13 Week 10 beatdown of the Giants.
The four-touchdown day was the first of his career, while the INT-free afternoon was his first of the season. Dalton didn't do anything special besides take advantage of numerous coverage breakdowns from the Giants' banged up and struggling secondary. He found A.J. Green for a 56-yard play-action bomb to cap off the Bengals' initial scoring drive, and worked tight throws to Andrew Hawkins and Mohamed Sanu for two of his other scores. It was a solid day for a QB2 who now owns an 18:11 TD:INT ratio through nine games. Dalton will get the Chiefs' pathetic defense in Week 11.