The Ravens have some bounce-back potential on defense, and their special teams have nowhere to go but up. Last season was rough as they tallied 37 sacks, six interceptions and eight fumble recoveries while totaling two defensive scores and a special-teams touchdown. All the while the normally stout Ravens defense gave up 25.1 points per game. The return of Terrell Suggs should help the pass rush, which developed while Suggs was sidelined last season. Jimmy Smith's return at cornerback along with the addition of safety Eric Weddle should also keep the Ravens secondary afloat. No one will draft the Ravens DST as a starting unit, but they'll be quick to fly off of waivers if they start the season impressively.