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Andy Dalton threw a truly dreadful interception against the Redskins

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Earlier today, we wrote about Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton being rather underrated and underappreciated in the NFL after a very good start to the 2016 season.

Prior to today's game against the Washington Redskins at Wembley Stadium in London, Dalton had thrown just two interceptions all season long, and his good play hadn't been recognized because of the Bengals 3-4 record, which is more down to poor defensive play than anything else.

Well, Dalton did his best to ruin all the arguments that we tried to make for him being good as he decided to throw what has to go down as the worst interception of his entire career.

After a less than stellar first half showing, Dalton started to find his feet in the second half. And then he decided to do this...

If anyone can tell me what the Red Rifle is trying to do there then it would be greatly appreciated. It looks like he is aiming for Tyler Eifert - who was excellent in his first real game back at full fitness from injury - but Dalton decided to just loop it up into the air. It absolutely beggars belief.

Dalton's season so far had been bereft of terrible throws and it looked like he was maturing. We will just have to wait and see how much that ends up costing Cincinnati as this game remains very close heading into the final two minutes.

At the time of writing, the score is 27-27.

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