Dunlap notched seven tackles (six solo), three sacks and one defended pass during Sunday's 22-6 win over the Jets.
Dunlap brought down quarterback Sam Darnold thrice during Sunday's win, bringing his sack total to 5.5 on the year. He also logged three quarterback hits and 11 pressures, according to Paul Dehner Jr. of The Athletic. The Week 13 win marked the veteran's best performance of the season by far, and he'll look to build upon that momentum versus Cleveland in Week 14.
Dunlap finished Sunday's 16-14 loss to the Steelers with six tackles (two solo), one pass defended and one sack.
Dunlap nearly recorded a second sack in the contest, but he ultimately came away with just one. It moved up the veteran pass rusher's total to 2.5 on the year. The lowest total of his career was 4.5 in 2011, but he still has five games remaining to potentially surpass that. The Bengals next play the Jets on Sunday.
Dunlap finished Sunday's 17-10 loss to Oakland with six tackles, including a half-sack.
Dunlap's shared sack was his first time bringing down an opposing QB since Week 1. The veteran defensive lineman is up to 30 tackles in 2019, but Dunlap's sack numbers are down this season, hurting the 30-year-old value in IDP formats.
Dunlap (hamstring) will play in Sunday's game against the Rams.
Dunlap will return from a two-game hiatus due to a hamstring injury, and he should immediately fill into his standard starting duties. He'll look to slow down Todd Gurley and Darrell Henderson in this contest, although his IDP prospects are low with just 3.8 tackles per game thus far.
Dunlap (hamstring) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice, Jay Morrison of The Athletic reports.
Dunlap has missed two straight contests due to a lingering knee injury, but he appears to be making progress in his recovery. The starting defensive end will have two more opportunities to upgrade to a full participant in practice ahead of Sunday's tilt against the Rams.
Dunlap (knee) is officially listed as inactive for Sunday's game against Jacksonville, Marisa Contipelli of the Bengals' official site reports.
Dunlap came into the contest drawing the doubtful tag, and will miss his second consecutive game with the knee injury. Fellow lineman Carl Lawson (knee) is also inactive for the clash, so look for Sam Hubbard and Andrew Brown to draw the starts at defensive end for the game.
Dunlap (knee) is doubtful for Sunday's game against the Jaguars, Jay Morrison of The Athletic reports.
Dunlap played through the knee injury Week 5 but now appears likely to miss his second straight contest. Fellow DE Carl Lawson (hamstring) was ruled out, leaving recent-signee Anthony Zettel and Andrew Brown to fill in opposite starter Sam Hubbard, assuming Dunlap is inactive.
Dunlap (knee) didn't participate in Wednesday's practice, Paul Dehner Jr. of The Athletic reports.
Although he's considered day-to-day, his listing as DNP for the first practice of the week isn't favorable, especially since his expected replacement, Carl Lawson (hamstring) also didn't practice. At the time of the report, Sam Hubbard and Andrew Brown are the only two healthy defensive ends.
Dunlap (knee) is considered day-to-day ahead of Sunday's game against the Jaguars, Marisa Contipelli of the Bengals' official site reports.
Dunlap was unable to play in Week 6, but it appears his chances are good to play Sunday as long as he can practice all week. The veteran defensive end has 19 tackles (10 solo) and a sack through five games, and he'll play a critical role in pressuring Gardner Minshew and slowing down Leonard Fournette if he can suit up.
Dunlap (knee) is ruled out for Sunday's tilt against the Ravens, Geoff Hobson of the Bengals' official site reports.
Dunlap managed to play through his knee injury Week 5, but he'll now be required to miss some time as part of the recovery process. Carl Lawson will likely draw the start at left defensive end versus Baltimore.
Dunlap (knee) won't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game versus the Cardinals.
Dunlap sat out of Thursday's practice, but it appears that was simply precautionary, as he worked at full speed Friday. The veteran defensive end only has one sack through four games, so he's looking forward to the opportunities presented by Kyler Murray, who has been sacked a league-high 20 times.
Dunlap (knee) did not practice Thursday, Jay Morrison of The Athletic reports.
Dunlap practiced in full Wednesday, but he's downgraded to non-participant status Thursday. It remains to be seen whether his absence is due to a scheduled maintenance day or the result of a setback. If he's able to get healthy in time for Sunday's tilt against the Cardinals, Dunlap will draw his usual start at defensive end.
Dunlap (hamstring) will play in Monday's game versus the Steelers, Tyler Dragon of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Dunlap was a DNP during Thursday's practice, but he's shaken the injury and will play this contest. The veteran defensive end has 15 tackles and a sack through three games, and he'll likely continue to log a large workload with Kerry Wynn (concussion) out and Carl Lawson (thigh) doubtful.
Dunlap (hamstring) practiced in limited fashion Friday, Ben Baby of ESPN.com reports.
Dunlap improved to a limited workload after being unable to participate in Thursday's practice. The Bengals are dealing with several injuries at defensive end, so Saturday's final injury report should reveal who will be in line for healthy workloads Monday.
Dunlap (hamstring) did not practice Thursday, Jay Morrison of The Athletic reports.
Dunlap appears to have picked up a hamstring injury Week 3 during a loss to Buffalo. His participation in practice Friday and Saturday will be worth monitoring. With Kerry Wynn (concussion) also nursing an injury, Cincinnati could be short-handed at defensive end heading into Monday's tilt against the Steelers.
Dunlap recorded seven total tackles and a sack over 49 defensive snaps in Sunday's season-opening loss to the Seahawks.
Dunlap was on the field for 92 percent of the defense's plays. The only other Bengals to record more snaps were safeties Jessie Bates (53) and Shawn Williams (52). Over his first nine campaigns with Cincinnati, Dunlap averaged 45.4 total tackles and 8.1 sacks per season.
Dunlap didn't register any sacks or tackles Sunday, but did put three hits on Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.
Dunlap finishes the season with eight sacks and 47 tackles, but only one sack in the last eight games.
Dunlap recorded four tackles, one sack and two pass breakups during Sunday's loss to the Chargers.
Dunlap had an extremely impressive nine-yard sack on third-and-one that pinned the Chargers on the 11-yard line and prevented Los Angeles from getting any points before halftime. This was his first sack in five games after he opened the season by logging seven over his first eight contests.
Dunlap (hip) won't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Broncos, Katherine Terrell of ESPN.com reports.
Dunlap began the week as a non-participant and was limited Thursday, but he isn't listed on Friday's injury report. The 29-year-old should see his usual starting reps at defensive end Sunday.
Dunlap (hip) didn't participate in practice Wednesday, Jay Morrison of The Athletic reports.
Dunlap has been able to stay relatively healthy this season, playing in all of the Bengals' 11 games and logging at least 50 defensive snaps in all but two of them. Whether Dunlap practices later this week -- and to what capacity -- will help clear things up for his gameday status.
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