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Bengals v Colts Pro Football Focus scores

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Taking a look at the Bengals pro football scores during Cincinnati's 26-10 playoff loss to the Indianapolis Colts.

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  • Andy Dalton's passing grade of -4.1 was second-worst among all eight starting quarterbacks during the opening round -- Arizona's Ryan Lindley was worst at -4.7.
  • Dalton was pressured on 13 of 41 dropbacks (31.7 percent), completing three of nine passes for 35 yards passing and a PFF score of -3.5.
  • Nine of Dalton's passes traveled ten yards or more through the air. He completed one of those passes.
  • Dalton was the least pressured quarterback during wildcard weekend.
  • Mohamed Sanu was one of eight wide receivers with a dropped pass during wild card weekend.


  • Jeremy Hill finished with a rushing grade of +0.5.
  • Hill generated 16 yards after contact but only forced one missed tackle on 13 of his carries.
  • Giovani Bernard caught eight of nine targets and forced three missed tackles after the catch. Bernard finished with a +1.4 receiving grade.
  • Snapcount: Giovani Bernard 41, Jeremy Hill 21.


  • Andrew Whitworth didn't allow a quarterback pressure on 42 called passing plays and scored a pass protection score of +1.6.
  • Eric Winton allowed four pressures (two hurries, a hit and a sack) and struggled in the run game, scoring a -2.8 run grade (a season-low).
  • Kevin Zeitler led the entire offense with an overall score of +2.1 and led the offensive line with a run blocking score of +1.7.
  • Clint Boling allowed three disruptions (two hits and one hurry).


  • Defensive tackle Geno Atkins led the defensive line with two run stops and four total pressures, including a sack, on 36 rush attempts. His +3.1 pass rush grade led all defensive linemen in the game.
  • Linebacker Emmanuel Lamur allowed eight receptions -- five to tight ends and three to running backs. His coverage score of -3.8 was the second-lowest of the season behind the Patriots game (-4.8).
  • Margus Hunt's 15.9 Pass Rush Productivity score (two pressures on 11 attempts) was fifth best among 4-3 defensive ends during the weekend.
  • Cornerback Adam Jones scored the worst PFF grade at -4.4 overall and second-worst coverage at -3.6.
  • Long-snapper Clark Harris led the coverage units with three solo tackles.
  • Kevin Huber and the punt coverage unit allowed another 35 yards on five returns.