With a loaded defensive line and a deep secondary, the Bengals defense is primed to be a thorn in the side for offenses across the league. Last year the DST recorded 21 interceptions and 42 sacks (way up from 20 in 2014) but had just one touchdown -- and none on special teams. Despite that fact, the Bengals finished in the top 12 last season. With a schedule featuring a number of suspect offenses, there isn't much concern about the Bengals disappointing in 2016. When it comes to the second-to-last round, the Bengals should be in mind.