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Bengals Career Records Watch

Posted Oct 22, 2017

A look at potential upcoming movement in the Bengals’ career records book (regular season).

A look at potential upcoming movement in the Bengals’ career records book (regular season) heading into Week 7.

      ●  QB Andy Dalton has 2024 career completions, tied with QB Carson Palmer (2024) for second place all-time. QB Ken Anderson (2654) is the Bengals’ all-time leader. Dalton passed QB Boomer Esiason (2015) for third place all-time in Game 5, Oct. 8 vs. Buffalo.

      ●  Dalton also has 149 career TD passes, five shy of Palmer (154) for third place all-time. Anderson (197) is the Bengals’ all-time leader.

      ●  Dalton also has 22 career 300-yard passing games, one shy of the Bengals’ all-time leader, Esiason (23).

      ●  Dalton also has 23,434 career passing yards, 3715 shy of Esiason (27,149) for second place all-time. Anderson (32,838) is the Bengals’ all-time leader. Dalton passed Palmer (22,694) for third place all-time in Game 3, Sept. 24 at Green Bay.

      ●  Dalton also has 3219 career passing attempts, 345 shy of Esiason (3564) for second place all-time. Anderson (4475) is the Bengals’ all-time leader. Dalton passed Palmer (3217) for third place all-time in Game 5, Oct. 8 vs. Buffalo.

      ●  WR A.J. Green has 52 career TDs, one shy of WR Isaac Curtis (53) for fifth place all-time. FB Pete Johnson (70) is the Bengals’ all-time leader.

      ●  Green also has 52 career receiving TDs, one shy of WR Isaac Curtis (53) for third place all-time. WR Chad Johnson (66) is the Bengals’ all-time leader.

      ●  Green also has 513 career receptions, 17 shy of WR Carl Pickens (530) for second place all-time. Johnson (751) is the Bengals’ all-time leader. Green passed WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh (507) for third place all-time in Game 5,
Oct. 8 vs. Buffalo.

      ●  Green has 30 career 100-yard receiving games, one shy of the Bengals’ all-time leader, Johnson (31).

      ●  HB Jeremy Hill has 29 career rushing TDs, eight shy of HB James Brooks and FB Larry Kinnebrew (37 each) for fourth place all-time. Bengals FB Pete Johnson (64) is the all-time leader.

      ●  P Kevin Huber has 28,618 career punting yards, 689 shy of P Pat McInally (29,307) for second place all-time. P Lee Johnson (32,196) is the Bengals’ all-time leader.

      ●  CB Adam Jones has 1065 career punt return yards, 136 shy of CB Lemar Parrish (1201) for third place all-time. WR Brandon Tate (1411) is the Bengals’ all-time leader.

      ●  Jones also has one punt return for a TD as a Bengal. One more would tie him for second-most all-time with WR Peter Warrick, WR Craig Yeast and CB Mitchell Price (each with two). Parrish (four) is the Bengals’ all-time leader.

      ●  DE Carlos Dunlap has 58 career sacks, one shy of DE Ross Browner (59) for third place all-time. DE Eddie Edwards (83.5) is the Bengals’ all-time leader.

      ●  DT Geno Atkins has 56 career sacks, two shy of DE Carlos Dunlap (58) for fourth place all-time and three shy of Browner (59) for third place. Edwards (83.5) is the Bengals’ all-time leader.

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