The Bengals celebrated a great Thanksgiving week, capped off by a win against the St. Louis Rams. With a 9-2 record, the Bengals have a lot to be thankful for, and many players joined in on community activities this week to give back. After back-to-back losses, the social media reaction after the game was a lot more optimistic and celebratory than it has been recently. Check out all the Week 12 social media action here!
Happy Thanksgiving wishes from Geno Atkins' adorable puppy
Marvin Jones' Thanksgiving spread looks good.
Happy Thanksgiving from the Boling's
Carlos Dunlap was named the NFLPA Community MVP this week.
He spent some time at the Boys and Girls Club in Avondale this week where the children happily cheered Who Dey!
Wallace Gilberry also embraced the season of giving this week.
Happy Thanksgiving from the Bengals' locker room.
Happy Thanksgiving Everyone ✌ ✌ ✌ pic.twitter.com/hYe39A6hTu— Jeremy Hill (@JeremyHill33) November 27, 2015
Happy Thanksgiving!— Margus Hunt (@Margus_Hunt) November 26, 2015
Happy Thanksgiving y'all!— Dre Kirkpatrick (@DreKirkSWAG) November 26, 2015
Andrew Whitworth was among the many Bengals to do work in the community this week. He took part in an event for the Marvin Lewis Community Fund at a local elementary school.
Chris Henry's sons visited the Bengals' locker room this week where Adam Jones spent time with them.
What's it like being an NFL punter? You get demoted to photographer when fans want a picture with your friend, the star tight end.
It was Domata Peko's birthday this week, but he gave (or maybe made) Wallace Gilberry an early birthday cake.
Dunlap got a serious acupuncture treatment over the weekend.
Jeremy Hill congratulated LSU running back Leonard Fournette for passing his single-season rushing yards record at LSU.
Vinny Rey stopped by a local elementary school during Thanksgiving week for a Play60 event.
Mohamed Sanu has new cleats with his son and girlfriend's portraits on display.
Adam Jones and A.J. Green hit the tub on Sunday morning together.
Thankful for the opportunity. Time to get back on the right track. To God be all the glory. Blessed. #WhoDey— George Iloka (@George_iloka) November 29, 2015
Clark Harris and his son who was covered in Bengals face paint before Sunday's win.
Andy Dalton posted this photo celebrating the team's win over the Rams with his wife.
Darqueze Dennard will be watching the rest of the season from his couch, but that didn't stop him from Tweeting support for his teammate, Reggie Nelson who is in fact having a Pro Bowl-worthy season.
Pro Bowl Nelson !!!!!!!!!!!!— Darqueze Dennard (@DDennard21) November 29, 2015
9-2!!! #WhoDey!!!!!!!— Carlos Dunlap (@Carlos_Dunlap) November 29, 2015
Dunlap celebrating Sunday's win with his mom.
Wallace Gilberry captioned this image of him and Dalton, "My qb has way more swag than yours!!!"
Great team W! Feels good to get back on track— Ryan Hewitt (@Huey_85) November 29, 2015
I'm fine everyone glad to be 9-2 #whodey— Jeremy Hill (@JeremyHill33) November 29, 2015
Back on track! 9-2!!— Kevin Huber (@khuber10) November 29, 2015
The drought is over. All glory to God. #WhoDey— George Iloka (@George_iloka) November 29, 2015
Great win today boys we came to play #WhoDey— Dre Kirkpatrick (@DreKirkSWAG) November 29, 2015
Cedric Ogbuehi celebrating Sunday's win with family.
Great win today. Was awesome to be back home. The fans got LOUD today! #whodey— Kevin Zeitler (@kzeit70) November 29, 2015
Enjoyed another great post game meal at the Precinct. Thank you @TheRealJeffRuby for a great dinner!— Kevin Zeitler (@kzeit70) November 30, 2015
Kevin Zeitler also celebrated a great game on Sunday night with his wife.