Carson Palmer promptly carried a bit of decency to the Cincinnati Bengals after they drafted him out of USC. He seems to have incredible football abilities and has shown the capacity to lead both as a visual cue just as usefulness. He has had various awesome years in the association, however sadly he has likewise lost almost a full season because of injury. Apparently Palmer will keep on encountering incredible accomplishment as his vocation proceeds. His ability can take the Bengals far later on. Here are some fascinating things to think about Carson Palmer, all dependent on things that have occurred through the 2009 NFL season. #1 During his vocation, Carson Palmer has tossed a greater number of scores against the Cleveland Browns than he has against some other group in the association. He has finished 23 passes for scores against them. That is nine a bigger number of than he has against the runner up. 7m #2 No player has gotten more score passes from Palmer than Chad Ochocinco. Those two have joined together to score on 40 passing plays in their short profession together. #3 Through the 2009 season, Palmer has tossed eight additional scores out and about (68)than he has during home games (60). #4 The principal score pass Palmer could at any point tossed in the NFL came in week one of his tenderfoot season. It was a 31-24 misfortune to the New York Jets and it came on a second from last quarter pass that went six yards and was gotten by Kenny Watson. This would be the main score pass he could at any point toss to Watson. #5 At one point in 2007, Palmer tossed seven sequential score disregards six straight games to T.J. Houshmandzadeh prior to finishing to each other player. He tossed him a 35 yarder in week three against Seattle, a one yarder in week four against New England, a 42 and a 30 yarder in week five against Kansas City, a three yarder in week six against the Jets, a nine yarder in week seven against Pittsburgh, lastly a 15 yarder in week eight against Buffalo. He at last broke the string by finishing a one yarder to Jeremi Johnson later on in that game against the Bills.