While the Cincinnati offense has lost several key contributors, the defense remains rich in veteran talent. Armed with a strong pass rush and deep secondary, the Bengals have the talent to make things tough on offenses. They allowed just over 350 total yards per game but held opponents to 19.7 points per contest, eighth-best in the league and third best among non-playoff teams. They also finished strong for Fantasy purposes in 2016, locking up 10-plus points in five of their last six games. There's a chance the Bengals DST comes out strong, particularly since the only threatening offense in their division is in Pittsburgh and their schedule is not littered with dominant offenses. They're worth a final-round choice, especially in leagues with 14-plus teams.