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Carlos Dunlap now Bengals' sack record holder, but ESPN still can't spell his name

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#KeepSleeping

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Carlos Dunlap had a hell of night for his Cincinnati Bengals against the Denver Broncos on Monday Night Football yesterday. Dunlap had six tackles and a career-high three sacks against Broncos statue quarterback Brock Osweiler, and set both the Bengals' single-season and all-time sack records in doing so.

Dunlap now sits third in the NFL in sacks, just 1.5 behind Oakland phenom Khalil Mack and half a sack back of Houston cyborg J.J. Watt. And with Cincy's Reggie Nelson still tied for the league lead in interceptions, there's an outside shot the Bengals could have the NFL leaders in both categories — from two former Florida Gators.

But Dunlap, whom Cincy Jungle wrote was the biggest winner of the Monday night skirmish, apparently still doesn't merit the honor of having his name spelled correctly from ESPN.

#KeepSleeping, as we say.