What did the Bengals do on their week off?

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Oct 4, 2015; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton (14) offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth (77) linebacker Chris Carter (51) offensive guard Kevin Zeitler (68) wait for the introductions before the game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Paul Brown Stadium. Cincinnati defeated Kansas City 36-21. Mandatory Credit: Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports

The 6-0 Cincinnati Bengals got off to one of the two hottest starts in team history, and they finally hit their bye week in Week 7. And since it’s 2015, we have access to Twitter and Instagram, which means we’re able to see what our favorite players are up to when they’re not dominating opponents on the field. So with that, let’s take a look at what the Cincinnati Bengals were up to on their Week 7 bye.

Andy Dalton and his wife went to the Hillsong Conference in New York City.

Giovani Bernard did some serious multi-tasking, watching football while he brushed his teeth.

Jeremy Hill bought himself a sweet new hoverboard.

A.J. Green spent some quality time with his wife.

Tyler Eifert took some shots at his girlfriend on Twitter.

Here’s the original tweet that must’ve set off Eifert’s fuse.

Eric Winston and Andrew Whitworth had a nice family dinner.

Kevin Zeitler went back home to the remote woodlands of Wisconsin and enjoyed some of the simpler things in life.

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Carlos Dunlap spent some time on the water making goofy puns.

He also spent some time in the studio with ESPN.

Adam Jones got his hair done.

Dre Kirkpatrick celebrated his birthday.

"forever"

And Kevin Huber took a nice mini-vacation.

Now that the Bengals are back on the practice field, they will be looking forward towards their next matchup, a division rivalry game at Heinz Field against the 4-3 Steelers. If Cincinnati can come out on top, the Bengals will have a 3.5-game division lead and become heavy favorites to win the AFC North.

If Cincinnati loses, the Bengals will still have a 1.5-game lead on the Steelers; however, that could be bad news with four more division rivalry matchups after this Sunday’s game. The Bengals need to get a win this Sunday.

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