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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."
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.