Data Scout Notes: 1stC/1stM/PLombardi/PNagurski/PBednarik/P1stM/P1stC/2ndM
Post-Draft Outlook: A closer look at the Bengals' picks: Round 2/54 -- Carlos Dunlap, DE, 6-6, 277, Florida, Should help bolster the pass rush, which struggled over the second half of the season. He has the versatility to play as an outside edge rusher on first and second downs and move to the inside on third down. - by The Sports Xchange
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12/30/15 - DE Carlos Dunlap had three sacks in Monday night's 20-17 overtime loss in Denver to set a new Cincinnati Bengals single-season mark. Dunlap now has 13.5 sacks this season surpassing the 13 sacks Eddie Edwards had for the Bengals in 1983.
12/28/15 - DE Carlos Dunlap had all three of the Bengals' sacks, increasing his season total to 13.5. With teammate Geno Atkins at 10 sacks, the Bengals are the only team in the NFL to have two players with at least 10 sacks apiece.
12/24/15 - DE Carlos Dunlap was named AFC special teams player of the week. He blocked a 41-yard field goal attempt to halt a 49ers comeback attempt in a 24-14 victory. It was Dunlap's second blocked field goal try this season. Dunlap also stripped the ball from wide receiver Anquan Boldin and returned 21 yards to the San Francisco 11, setting up the Bengals' first touchdown. He is the first Bengal who is not a kicker or kick returner to win a special teams player of the week award.
12/20/15 - DE Carlos Dunlap contributed a fumble recovery and a blocked field goal to Sunday's win over the San Francisco 49ers. The fumble recovery might have been the play of the game. Dunlap shadowed 49ers WR Anquan Boldin on a pass pattern, and even though the completion was made, he was able to wrestle the ball away from the veteran and return it 21 yards to set up the first score of the game.
12/02/15 - DE Carlos Dunlap was named the Bengals' nominee for the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year award, an honor cherished by the team's sacks leader. "It's huge to be recognized simply going out and trying to make a difference in my community," said Dunlap whose team-leading 8.5 sacks rank fourth in the NFL. Dunlap's work in the community, through his foundation, includes providing underprivileged high school students with ACT and SAT prep and other college readiness tools, full-day spa experiences for women battling breast cancer, and taking children to area sports and entertainment outings while also to providing birthday parties for homeless children. In January, three team nominees will be selected as finalists for the award. "It's great what Carlos has done with his maturity over time," Bengals coach Marvin Lewis said. "There's been a few sit-downs. The one thing that's been consistent is his ability to give to others. He is well-raised. And always wants to do with others." The winner will be announced Feb. 6 in San Francisco. The Man of the Year Award has been given annually by the NFL since 1970.