The Cincinnati Bengals roster was ripe for the plundering in this free-agency cycle. They managed to keep many of their potential departures from leaving, though, and they replaced outgoing linebacker Manny Lawson with Aaron Maybin.
Then, the Bengals had an excellent draft, snagging outstanding tight end Tyler Eifert in the first round and offensive sparkplug Giovani Bernard in the second. Per the Bengals' official team site, Eifert lined up at four positions in rookie camp, which should maximize his mismatch potential.
After a surprising playoff run, the Bengals should be much harder to stop on offense and no less stout on defense.