PFF ranked them No. 14 and 14, respectively, overall but they ended up being available in the third and fourth rounds at No. 73 and 116.
They also got Michigan defensive lineman Ryan Glasgow 24 spots higher than his ranking (114) while Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon was ranked 34th and chosen 48th.
On the flip side, both receivers the Bengals drafted were taken at slots below than their ranking.
Washington receiver John Ross, taken ninth, was ranked 19th while Tennessee's Josh Malone was ranked 150th and drafted at 128.
Source: PFF's 2017 NFL draft recap for all 32 teams | PFF