PFT Live: Andy Dalton, Stefon Diggs, Mike Mitchell

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The Bengals are 6-0 after knocking off the Bills on Sunday and quarterback Andy Dalton’s play continues to be a major reason why they’re winning.

Dalton ranks second in the league in passing yards, yards per attempt, touchdowns and passer rating and he’ll join Mike Florio during Monday’s PFT Live to discuss all that’s going right for the Bengals right now. They’ll also talk about Dalton’s plans for the bye week and what lies ahead for Cincinnati when they get back on the field in Week Eight and beyond.

Sunday wasn’t a great offensive day for the Vikings as a whole, but rookie wide receiver Stefon Diggs had a strong day. Diggs, who made his regular season debut in Week Five, had seven catches for 129 yards in the 16-10 win over the Chiefs and he’ll tell Florio what led him to have such success in the second game of his professional career.

Steelers safety Mike Mitchell joins the show as well a day after intercepting a pass and recovering a fumble in Pittsburgh’s home win against the Cardinals.

As always, we also want to hear what PFT Planet thinks. Email questions at any time or get in touch on Twitter at @ProFootballTalk to let us know what’s on your mind.

It all gets started at noon ET and you can listen to all three hours live via the various NBC Sports Radio affiliates, through the links at PFT, or with the NBC Sports Radio app. You can also watch a simulcast of the first hour through the links at PFT.

5 responses to “PFT Live: Andy Dalton, Stefon Diggs, Mike Mitchell

  1. Andy Dalton is the ‘currently’ leading for NFL MVP.

    Sure… you could say the Cincinnati Bengals haven’t beaten a good team yet…


    … Aaron Rodgers and Green Bay haven’t beaten a good team yet…

    …… Peyton Manning and Denver haven’t beaten a good team yet…

    … tom brady and ne have only beaten pittsburgh (who lost to baltimore – who Dalton DESTROYED).

  2. … but… individual honors mid-season…

    … mean…

    … nothing Dalton/Bengals/you/me.

    Just saying (that Andy Dalton was a MUCH BETTER draft pick than Cam Newton/Jake Locker/Blaine Gabbert/Christian Ponder/Colin Kaepernick/Ryan Mallett).

  3. You can leave Cam out of that group since the receivers for Carolina isn’t the same quality as the Bengals Corp. Also. has Andy won a playoff game? About the same to me.

  4. ^^^Is this guy actually claiming that Andy Dalton can’t be 2015 MVP because he didn’t win a playoff game in prior years?

    That isn’t logic… that’s hiding your head in the sand.

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