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Week 14 Bengals social media roundup: Holiday fun and cute kids

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After a week of a lot of hype surrounding the Steelers vs Bengals game, the loss on Sunday largely silenced the players on social media.

Week 14 ended for the Bengals on a very sour note, not only with a loss, but with the loss of quarterback Andy Dalton. Prior to Sunday's game, many Bengals spent time giving back in the community, as has been a trend nearly every week this season. Here's a roundup of the Bengals' happenings as documented on social media this week.

The Bengals running backs celebrated the holiday season at the Bengals' Christmas party.

The special teams players and their families also gathered for a photo.

Andy Dalton's son Noah was apparently not a fan of Santa and Mrs. Claus.

Apparently not a fan.... @andydalton14

A photo posted by JJ Dalton (@jjdalton5) on

Baby Sanu on the other hand enjoyed Santa's company.

ohmy.

A photo posted by Lauren Mackenzie (@lhett23) on

The Andy & Jordan Dalton Foundation also held a Christmas party this week and made many children's and family's holiday wishes come true. Attendees at the event were able to take home gifts including Christmas trees (delivered for them to their homes), iPads and many more presents.

#AJDFoundation Holiday Hearts!

A photo posted by Andy Dalton (@andydalton14) on

#AJDFoundation Holiday Hearts!

A photo posted by Andy Dalton (@andydalton14) on

#AJDFoundation Holiday Hearts!

A photo posted by Andy Dalton (@andydalton14) on

Carlos Dunlap's high school won their state football championship.

Dunlap and Chad Johnson chatted on Twitter this week.

Dunlap was on his food Instagram game this week... While also watching some film.

Sweet Thai Chili Crusted Tilapia #chefkymberly #healthyeating #lifestyleofpro

A photo posted by Carlos Dunlap (@employee96) on

Andrew Whitworth took part in a shopping event with children at Toys"R"US.

Can't stop Won't stop!! These kids and I about to shop til we drop in @toysrus !! @svdp_cincinnati #MerryChristmas

A photo posted by Andrew Whitworth (@awhitworth77) on

Domata Peko spent to at Silverton Paideia Elementary school at an event for the Marvin Lewis Community Foundation.

Tyler Eifert asked for a Super Bowl ring but instead, for now at least, he has a concussion.

Mohamed Sanu is already teaching his son about football.

This is Gilberry's face reacting to "when someone says the Bengals don't run the north."

Marvin Jones spent some time dancing with kids in Cincinnati this week.

His own kids are pretty cute, too.

My MJs....

A photo posted by Marvin Jones Jr (@marvinjonesjr) on

Speaking of kids, AJ McCarron and his wife Katherine are pregnant!

What do you think of Dre Kirkpatrick's cleats from this week?

If y'all missed it on my twitter feed... #Kicks for #SundayFunday #WhoDey #LetsRoar get some...

A photo posted by Dre Kirkpatrick (@drepic6) on

Mohamed Sanu breaks out new cool cleats.

Can't be Bruce Wayne all the time.. Sometimes Gotham needs me.. #TheDarkKnight #Batman

A photo posted by Mohamed Sanu Sr. (@mohamedsanu) on

Pro Bowl voting is now over!

My two girls doing some pro bowl voting tonight. Less than a week left to vote. #probowl2016 #whodey

A photo posted by Kevin Zeitler (@kzeit70) on

Chris Lewis Harris who swapped spots from the roster to the practice squad with Troy Hill gave his position-mate a shoutout on Twitter.

Don't forget to continue helping Dunlap win money for his foundation through his nomination for the Walter Payton Man of the Year award. Use #dunlapwpmoychallenge.

Dunlap also took part in a Devon Still fundraiser this week. A number of Bengals players attended.

Dre Kirkpatrick has been giving away cleats to fans in the stands after games.

Cedric Ogbuehi got a furry friend to comfort him after the Bengals' loss.

A photo posted by Cedric Ogbuehi (@nuff_ced70) on