Player Season Finder Query Results

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For single seasons, from 1920 to 2016, playing for the Cincinnati Bengals, played , requiring Passing TD >= 20 and Passes Intercepted <= 15, sorted by descending Passes Intercepted

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Query Results Table
Games Passing
Rk Player Year Age Draft Tm Lg G GS Cmp Att Cmp% Yds TD Int TD% Int% Rate Sk Yds Y/A AY/A ANY/A Y/G W L T
1Jon Kitna200331CINNFL161632452062.313591261552.8887.4372496.916.615.72224.4880
2Jeff Blake1996266-166CINNFL161630854956.10362424144.42.5580.3442786.606.335.39226.5880
3Boomer Esiason1988272-38CINNFL161622338857.47357228147.23.6197.4302459.219.037.79223.31240
4Andy Dalton2011242-35CINNFL161630051658.14339820133.92.5280.4241606.596.235.65212.4970
5Carson Palmer2006271-1CINNFL161632452062.31403528135.42.5093.9362337.767.716.79252.2880
6Carson Palmer2009301-1CINNFL161628246660.52309421134.52.7983.6262136.646.295.52193.41060
7Boomer Esiason1985242-38CINNFL151425143158.24344327126.32.7893.2322897.997.996.81229.5770
8Carson Palmer2005261-1CINNFL161634550967.78383632126.32.36101.1191057.547.737.26239.81150
9Ken Anderson1975263-67CINNFL131322837760.48316921115.62.9293.9322478.418.216.96243.81030
10Boomer Esiason1989282-38CINNFL161525845556.70352528116.22.4292.1362887.757.896.73220.3780
11Ken Anderson1981323-67CINNFL161630047962.63375429106.12.0998.4251407.848.117.43234.61240
12Andy Dalton2015282-35CINNFL131325538666.0632502576.51.81106.2201188.428.908.17250.01030
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