Carlos Dunlap wants the game-changing play in the Super Bowl like Brandon Graham
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By Chris Roling

Cincinnati Bengals defensive end Carlos Dunlap saw the epic play put on by Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Brandon Graham that propelled his team to a Super Bowl victory.

He’d love to have a shot at the same thing soon.

Dunlap posted as much on his social media accounts Monday:

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On the play in question, Philadelphia’s edge-rushing force lined up inside and hit Tom Brady, a fumble in the fourth quarter recovered by first-round rookie Derek Barnett.

Dunlap isn’t the only member of the Bengals throwing around chatter about the Super Bowl soon after watching the Eagles steal a win.

Not hard to see why — the Eagles gave a shot of motivation to the rest of the league by taking down Brady and the New England Patriots.

Unlike most, the Bengals have an incredibly talented roster with a few notable holes (mostly self-inflicted wounds, too) needed filled and strong coaching a must to get the talent playing at a playoff level...

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