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Bengals Week 13 social media roundup: Giving back in big ways

The Cincinnati Bengals embraced the season of giving by actively embracing and joining together with the community this week leading up to their win on Sunday.

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The Cincinnati Bengals have won two games by huge margins and spirits are high in the Queen City. The beginning of the week featured many community events for the Bengals while the end of the week was all celebrations as the Bengals swept the Browns in this year's Battle of Ohio.  Check out all the action below as documented by the players' social media accounts.

A big congratulations go out to Carlos Dunlap who was selected as the Bengals' representative for the Walter Payton Man of the Year award. Use the hashtag #DunlapWPMOYChallenge on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook to help Dunlap win money for his foundation as part of the award challenge.

Andrew Whitworth posted an interesting looking food picture last week.

On Friday, Andy Dalton and his son Noah watched Dalton's high school, Katy, play a game on their path to the Texas state championship.

Excited to watch @Katyfootball on TV tonight. Go Katy. Win State.

A photo posted by Andy Dalton (@andydalton14) on

Carlos Dunlap also watched his high school compete for the state championship.

Wallace Gilberry expressed excitement this week when Coldplay was announced as the Super Bowl halftime act. But don't worry, he plans to be in the locker room during the show.

Also, happy birthday to Gilberry, who turned 31 this week!

The love is real....#whodey #rolltide #btc all three is my #family

A photo posted by ウォリス (@mr_wiseguy95) on

Leon Hall was one of many active Bengals in the Cincinnati community this week. He held a Shop with a Bengal event that was attended by Dre Kirkpatrick, Derron Smith, Emmanuel Lamur and more of their teammates.

Andrew Whitworth took part in an event in the community this week, too.

Marvin Jones participated in a community event with the Boys & Girls club and JC Penney.

Dre Kirkpatrick shared a photo of his Christmas tree:

James Wilder Jr. also has a nice Christmas setup in his home.

All set up for the last holiday of the year!!!! #Xmas #getWILDER

A video posted by ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀^James Wilder Jr^ (@iam_wilder34) on

What do you think of Dre Kirkpatrick's travel attire:

Leon Hall wasn't able to play in Cleveland, but he did dress to impress on the trip.

Business trip to Cleveland!

A photo posted by Leon Hall (@lastarza9) on

Cedric Ogbuehi was looking good for gameday.

Game day.

A photo posted by Cedric Ogbuehi (@nuff_ced70) on

The Battle of Ohio Part 2 #WhoDey #letsroar

A photo posted by @genosacks on


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If you haven't read the feature on Adam Jones from the Enquirer this weekend, you're going to want to check that out.

Dunlap's gameday attire:

Trained To Go!!!! #LetsRoar #BattleOfOhio #whodey #mensfashion

A photo posted by Carlos Dunlap (@employee96) on

Darqueze Dennard is still cheering on his teammates, though now it's from his couch.

We call this that #2pieceThang ✌ ️

A photo posted by Giovani Bernard (@g_bernard_xxv) on

#MillyRockingThroughthePressure, #onanyblock #whodey #stayturntmyfriends

A photo posted by Jeremy Hill (@jeremyhill) on

Dre Kirkpatrick doing his best impression of Adam Jones' (in)famous cold tub videos.


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

Cedric Ogbuehi had some family in attendance for his first active game in the NFL.

Family. #whodey

A photo posted by Cedric Ogbuehi (@nuff_ced70) on

Being humble doesn't work as well as being aware...

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