The Cincinnati Bengals are 4-0 to start the 2015 season and have had strong all-around team efforts in each of their wins. Check out what the Bengals were up to in the week leading up to their defeat of the Chiefs and how they celebrated the win on Sunday night. You'll see, football players are actually a lot like us! They spend time with their family, watch football on Sundays (after they're done playing, that is) and love enjoying a great Bengals' win.
Gio Bernard met with children and their families at Cincinnati Children's Hospital this week.
I had a good time visiting with kids & families @CincyChildrens last week. They are true inspirations. pic.twitter.com/6Tv3PzzKyk— Giovani Bernard (@G_Bernard25) October 2, 2015
Carlos Dunlap held a spa event with breast cancer patients and survivors with a few of his Bengals teammates to kickoff Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Kicking off breast cancer awareness month with a spa night for some of the strongest women I know... Breast Cancer Survivors. #SpaNightsWithDunlap #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth #ItOfficiallyStartsTomorrowButWeCoudntHelpOurselves Thanx to @mitchellssalonanddayspa and my teammates @btp_bengal @nuff_ced70 @brandonthompson98 @mj_agent90 for coming out to support. #WhoDey!!!
Dunlap was also up to his typical video-bombing self during practice.
On Saturday, Dunlap was rooting for his college team in their big win.
What's the best thing about being 3-0? Having the opportunity to get to 4-0, Dunlap says.
Wallace Gilberry met Adrian Grenier this week who was in attendance at the game Sunday, too.
Hall was a little cold at practice this week as the weather began to change and the temperature drop.
Gameday. #Blessed— George Iloka (@George_iloka) October 4, 2015
What happens when your college team's game won't be put on TV? When you're Kevin Zeitler, you improvise.
Adam Jones went to Ruth's Chris Steak House for his birthday dinner.
Rookie Cedric Ogbuehi with Brandon Thompson and Michael Johnson at Dunlap's spa day event.
Rey Maualuga and Domata Peko made a new friend at practice this week.
Nicholas, a #Cincinnati Children's Champion, met @DomataPeko & @maualuga58 at @Bengals practice today! #LetsRoar pic.twitter.com/V4Mn3kMrM9— Cincinnati Childrens (@CincyChildrens) October 2, 2015
Mohamed Sanu's new cleats for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Sanu and his son are adorable.
Dunlap and a fan after the game.
4-0!!!! What A Time To Be Alive #WhoDey!— Carlos Dunlap (@Carlos_Dunlap) October 4, 2015
Wallace Gilberry beat his former team on Sunday, and didn't seem mad about it at all.
Who Dey #4-0— Marcus Hardison (@13igDuke) October 4, 2015
The Jungle was so Lit today #whodey #stayturntmyfriends pic.twitter.com/NqKKCewpSJ— Jeremy Hill (@JeremyHill33) October 4, 2015
George Iloka may not have played on Sunday, but he was looking good after the game. We hope to see him back against the Seahawks next week!
Team is 4-0. All is well in Bengals' country. #Blessed #WhoDey— George Iloka (@George_iloka) October 4, 2015
Body feel like s*** but good win today boys. #WhoDeyNation— Dre Kirkpatrick (@DreKirkSWAG) October 4, 2015
Wins don't come easy in the @NFL but glad we finished the game on top! #weallwegot #weallweneed #whodey— Rey Maualuga (@maualuga58) September 27, 2015
@maualuga58 helluva game today...flying to the football...lit up c. west on 10 yd line #smashmouth #WhoDey pic.twitter.com/tqIS3EAY62— Adam Arnold (@adam_arnold12) October 4, 2015
Great win today #Bengals fans God is good!Let's keep working to get better 1 game @ a time. #HardWork #WhoDey #1Love pic.twitter.com/2AP67BKXyM— Domata Peko (@DomataPeko) October 4, 2015
Baby Sanu was at Paul Brown Stadium to support his dad on Sunday.
Zeitler got some post-game acupuncture on Sunday.
How do football players enjoy their Sunday nights? Like the rest of us... watching football!
4-0 #WhoDey— Kevin Zeitler (@kzeit70) October 4, 2015