Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Dalton received an earpiece at his game against the Cincinnati Bearcats on Sunday.
The Bengals quarterback was wearing a visor that allowed him to see what his opponent was wearing and the noise level.
The visor is an important part of any NFL helmet, and the Bengals quarterback did not have to look at his opponent to see if he was wearing it.
The helmet is meant to protect the head, and it’s important to wear it to protect your ears and the ears of your teammates.
But in a game in which there was a lot of noise, and Dalton’s visor was not showing, the Bengals star did not seem to care.
“I’m really disappointed in myself, to be honest,” Dalton said, via the Cincinnati Enquirer.
“When you look down the field and you see somebody you love, you just want to get to that person.”
The Bengals have had some trouble keeping their quarterback in check.
In his first three starts, Dalton threw seven interceptions.
Dalton has struggled to complete passes in the fourth quarter or overtime.
The team’s next two games are against the Washington Redskins and at the New Orleans Saints.
The final home game of the regular season is Sunday against the Green Bay Packers.