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A deeper look into Daltons arm strength

I was digging up some things about the weather conditions in Chicago last sunday after Kevin Huber was on Bengals line saying that the wind was a little fierce. According to http://w1.weather.gov/data/obhistory/KMDW.html wind was around 10-15 miles per hour in Chicago around the first quarter, with gust up to 18 miles per hour later in the game. This led me to thinking, did we see Dalton actually push the ball through wind, even though it was not a ridiculous amount of wind. Stats have shown that Andy was great on passes in the air longer than ten yards. In fact, I believe I have seen where he was perfect on those type of passes. With gust up to 18 miles per hour and win in the 10-15 miles per hour range, Dalton proved that he can spin it, and spin it accurately. Just a friendly reminder that the Super Bowl is in an outdoor stadium where wind will be a factor. Not putting the cart before the horse though, lets get a win first. WHO DEY!


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