22. Cincinnati Bengals (3-4-1)
The Bengals were on the bye in week nine but not really any worse for wear because of it. After tying the Washington Redskins in week eight, the Bengals came back from London to watch the rest of the division in action.
They are only a half-game behind the Ravens and Steelers in the AFC North. As they enter the second-half of their season, the Bengals will have a healthy Tyler Eifert at tight end.
They will need to use their weapons on offense to find a way to a division championship. The division is wide open. First step though is to beat the New York Giants on Monday Night Football next week.
They still have division games left with all three AFC North opponents, including at Baltimore on November 27th. They have a game at home December 18th on Sunday Night Football against the Steelers.