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12/11/17 - DE Carlos Dunlap left Sunday's game late in the fourth quarter with a chest injury and did not return.
11/01/17 - DE Carlos Dunlap was named AFC defensive player of the week for his performance in last week's win over the Indianapolis Colts.
Dunlap had three tackles including a sack against the Colts, as well as the game's decisive play. With the Bengals down 23-17 with just over seven minutes left, Dunlap batted up a pass in the Indianapolis backfield, caught it when it came down, and then outran the pursuing Colts offensive players for a 16-yard interception return for a touchdown and the game's final points in a 24-23 win. It was Dunlap's third career touchdown and his second pick-six.
10/29/17 - DE Carlos Dunlap swatted Jacoby Brissett's pass in the air, then caught it and raced 16 yards for the go-ahead score Sunday. Dunlap was mobbed by several teammates in the back of the end zone. It was Dunlap's third career touchdown, and first interception return touchdown since 2012. "When I see an opportunity to get my hands up and get them on the ball, I want to capitalize," Dunlap said. "(Brissett) is known for holding on to the ball and not taking sacks. I just saw an opportunity and jumped on it."
09/30/16 - DE Carlos Dunlap figured he'd apply some pressure on Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill, who was working behind a patchwork offensive line. Dunlap finished with two sacks and a forced fumble on Tannehill which was recovered by the Bengals. "They were missing some critical pieces," Dunlap said. "You have to expose that."
08/04/16 - DL Carlos Dunlap has a huge personal goal this season, again. He wants to break Michael Strahan's NFL record of 23 sacks. Last year, Dunlap had a career-high 13 1/2 sacks, good enough to break the Bengals' franchise record. But, he wants more. "Last year I said I wanted to break the sack record," Dunlap said. "I was fortunate enough to break the Bengals' single-season sack record. But, the goal is 23 sacks. That's what I want to attain. The real barrier is getting past 10. That's the hard part. After that, you get it rolling. Having a goal like this increases competition, work ethic. It brings everybody up."