It might have been a short week but there was no shortage of photo sharing this Christmas by the Bengals. Here, we've collected all the Christmas trees, dinner plates and business trip shots shared by the team in the week leading up to the regular season finale in Pittsburgh.
Mohamed Sanu starts the week off by posting a video from a family member at Monday night's game.
Adam Jones takes a dip in the cold tub.
Carlos Dunlap reminds that we've "still got work to do." After Sunday night that holds true, it's time to win a playoff game.
What do you think of Leah Still's touchdown dance?
Pacman shows off an early Christmas present - new Jordans.
The Bengals love Louis Vuitton. Here, Chris Lewis Harris shows off a wallet gifted to him by Terrance Newman.
Wise words shared by Dunlap.
Onterio McCalebb posts a photo of his shoe collection.
George Iloka posing in Piatt Park.
2001 I miss you mama , you truly save my life , without you I would be in boatrock apt 146 !!!!!! Love you always
A Still family portrait.
Jones shares a Christmas Eve selfie from the Bengals' locker room.
Have to give a big thanks to my spa team for coming out today to my Christmas Eve event and making Pampering for Parents a success! As a parent of a child who is dealing with a serious illness I know that we spend all of our time and energy making sure our child/children are good and we often times forget to take care of ourselves. So with the help of my spa team we were able to give a day of relaxation for parents at the Ronald McDonald House with massages, facials, and makeovers. Thank you @ashaadore for making this all possible and thanks @employee96 for coming out to support #HappyHolidays #PrayForLeah #LeahStrong
On Christmas Eve, Devon Still helped to give back to the community, setting up an event called Pampering for Parents. The event sent a spa team to provide a day of relaxation to parents at the Ronald McDonald House, whose children are battling serious illnesses. The parents were offered massages, facials, and makeovers to make their holiday season a little less stressful. Dunlap also came out to the event to show support. Way to go, Devon on a great event!
A slideshow of photos from Pampering with Parents.
Seems Iloka's pretty good at making gingerbread houses.
That's a whole lot of presents for two lucky Jones children.
Dunlap shares a throwback in his Bengals Christmas sweater.
Rey Maualuga's late night Christmas snack: Spam, rice, eggs and some corned beef hash.
The Jones children happily opening presents on Christmas.
This year Dunlap asked Santa for a win against the Steelers. Santa fell short on the wish.
Brandon Thompson is all smiles... And there's a reason why! He got engaged on Christmas.
Jeremy Hill saying Merry Christmas and of course #stayturnt.
Leah Still received just a few Christmas presents this year.
Time to open those presents!
Devon and Leah Still spent Christmas night seeing The Nutcracker.
And rode in a horse carriage around downtown Cincinnati.
Just a few presents under the Christmas tree at Marvin Jones' home.
Merry Christmas from The Daltons.
And a goofy family photo.
Sanu dressed as Bane on Christmas.
Dre Kirkpatrick hitting the cold tub.
Dalton Dog + Dalton Baby = Instagram gold.
What do you think? Does Gilberry's shoe closet look straight out of the mall, like he says?
Another look into Gilberry's closet, in case you needed a second picture before making your judgement.
And one more...
A.J. Green's traveling attire.
Still is ready to head off to Pitt, too.
McCalebb posts his business trip shot, on the way to Pittsburgh.
Always dressing to impress, Leon Hall.
Dunlap, Green, Jermaine Gresham, Gilberry and Taylor Mays gather for a picture before boarding the plane for the last game of the 2014 regular season.
A Gilberry business trip shot.
The Bengals boarding the plane to Pittsburgh.
Darqueze Dennard on game day.
McCalleb and Dennard on Sunday before the game.
The Sunday Night Football truck arriving at Heinz Field.
The Bengals fell short in the regular season finale with a final score of 27-17... Next stop: Indy.
On the bright side...
Only 12 teams can say what we accomplished this season.... #STAYTURNT my friends #playoffs
Last words for the evening from Dunlap. (Just ignore his grammar.)