Bengals Records that may fall this Season

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Dec 24, 2011; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green (18) grabs a pass during the first half against the Arizona Cardinals at Paul Brown Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Frank Victores-US PRESSWIRE

 

Receptions a game- 13 by Carl Pickens in 1998 vs Pittsburgh
I have all of the confidence in the world that AJ Green will break this. He is a phenomenal wide receiver, and looks like a lock to be the best wide receiver in Bengal history. I haven’t looked into NFL prop bets, but this one could add to Juniors college fund.

 

100 yard receiving games in a season – Numerous with 5
The only flaw AJ Green has is his ability to retweet. Receiving he’s flawless. AJ had four 100 yard games in 2011, and that was with all of the known disadvantages. He’ll have more than five 100 yard receiving games.

 

Receiving touchdowns a season – 17 by Carl Pickens in 1995
See above

 

Defensive Pts allowed – 285 points allowed in 1989 (16 game season)
The defense has youth, speed, and depth. The coaching staff seems very confident that they have the pieces they need to do it all.

 

Sacks in a season – 48 in 2001
The depth of the defensive tackle rotation along with a healthy Carlos Dunlap and Michael Johnson in his contract year will make this a very active line. The additions of Jamal Anderson and Derrick Harvey could be surprises. Zimmer has helped a lot of guys turn their careers around. They are young and very athletic.

 

The most important record I would like to see at least tied is the win’s at home record. Which of course is 10 in 1988. We all know what that record would mean.

The season is another day closer, and we’ll see which of these get done.
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