11 more first downs gained by opponents than the Bengals in the regular season.
12 regular-season unnecessary roughness penalties called on Cincinnati, the third-most of any team (two more in the playoffs).
13 scoreless quarters in six playoff games under Marvin Lewis
14 (Andy Dalton) finished the year with the NFL’s second-highest passer rating. Somehow, he did not earn a Pro Bowl nod.
15 players on the Bengals roster will be free agents after the season ends.
17 total offensive turnovers by the Bengals in 2015.
18 yards: Brandon Tate’s longest punt return of the season.
19 (Brandon Tate) only has one returning touchdown as a Bengal, yet he’s been in Cincinnati for five straight years.
20 (Reggie Nelson) had the best season of his career, with eight interceptions, but he is now 32 years old and a free agent. The Bengals could sacrifice re-signing a talented young player by extending Nelson.
21 first downs gained by the Steelers in the Bengals’ Wild Card loss.
22 games missed by Bengals starters due to injury.
24 (Adam Jones) gave up under 400 yards receiving and just one touchdown during the regular season. He only committed five penalties all season and only gave up one touchdown. Despite this, he didn’t earn a Pro Bowl nod and is still one of the most disliked players in the NFL.
25 years since the Bengals’ last playoff win.