33. ANDY DALTON, CINCINNATI BENGALS – $16.2 MILLION:
With no relevant playoff victories and a ton of shattered expectations the past several years, the Bengals could be regretting the six years and $96 million they lavished on Dalton.
With longtime former head coach Marvin Lewis finally out of the way and new coach Zac Taylor at the helm, it would seem Dalton’s opportunities are finally running thin in Cincinnati. It’s a make or break year for the passer in the Queen City, yet he’ll still be one of the league’s highest-paid players at $16.2 million in earnings – for now at least.