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Week 7 Outlook
Carlos Dunlap had a monster outing in 33-23 win over the Browns, tallying four solo tackles, one assisted tackle, 2.5 TFLs, 2.5 sacks, three QB hits, one pass defended, and one forced fumble.
Dunlap showed troubling signs to begin his tenth year in the league, amassing one sack over his first seven games and missing two games to injury. Over his last seven games, though, he reminded us just how dominant he could be by recording eight sacks and 16 TFLs. Dunlap will be a key veteran presence for a team trying to claw its way out of the AFC North basement next year.
Carlos Dunlap posted three solo tackles, three assisted tackles, two TFLs, one sack, one QB hit, one pass defended, and one forced fumble in a 34-13 loss at home to New England.
The 10-year veteran has been picking up steam in the last five games, creating all sorts of havoc for the talent-deprived Bengals. Though the team around him provides almost no help, Dunlap can still put up points by himself. He is worthy of a start next Sunday when the Bengals play the Dolphins.
Carlos Dunlap was a wrecking ball on Sunday, recording six solo tackles, one assisted tackle, three TFLs, three sacks, six QB hits, and one pass defended, as the Bengals toppled the Jets, 22-6.
Dunlap's career day could not have come at a better time for the much-maligned Cincinnati franchise, who finally got rookie head-coach, Zac Taylor, his first win of the year. He applied consistent pressure and prevented Sam Darnold, who had averaged three total touchdowns in the previous three games, from ever making it a competitive match. After being fairly dormant the first seven games of his season, Dunlap has built up a little momentum in his last three outings and should post at least a solid performance when the Bengals fight for their second win against the Browns next week.
Bengals defensive end Carlos Dunlap recorded three tackles (one solo) and 1.5 tackles for loss in Sunday’s 24-10 loss to the Broncos.
This makes four straight games without a sack for Dunlap after recording seven over the first eight weeks. He will look to break the drought next week against the Chargers.
Bengals defensive lineman Carlos Dunlap recorded three tackles (two solo) in Sunday’s 24-21 loss to the Ravens.
He didn’t have many chances for sacks as the Ravens went with a run heavy (74-percent) game plan. Dunlap will have a better chance to add to his sack total (seven) in Week 12 against the Browns.