22. Cincinnati Bengals (3-4-1)
The Bengals are a hard team to gauge. One minute they look great, the next minute they look like a college team could beat them. Last week they ended in a 27-27 tie in London against the Washington Redskins.
The good news for the Bengals is they play in a relatively weak AFC North this season. No one is running away with that division.
The Bengals are sitting in second place right behind the 4-3 Pittsburgh Steelers. They can easily still win the division. However nothing will be easy for them looking at their second-half schedule.
After the bye week in week nine, they will travel to face the New York Giants and then face the up and coming Buffalo Bills. They also still have a date at home with the Pittsburgh Steelers and two games against the Baltimore Ravens.
The divisional games is where the Bengals will need to take care of business. The Bengals are 20th in points scored in the NFL. That will need to improve a bit if they want to stay in the playoff hunt.