2. Jacoby Glenn, CB, 82.6
Glenn has been a really nice surprise this season and is quickly earning himself more reps. Glenn’s coverage has been very solid and he’s proving to be an asset in the secondary. Between Glenn, Deiondre Hall and Bryce Callahan, the Bears might have some legitimate corners that could develop into a formidable secondary.
If Glenn and company continue to improve, perhaps Kyle Fuller can move to safety where he could really blossom into an asset in the defensive backfield instead of a liability. When Fuller gets back, Tracy Porter is the one who should get his playing time reduced and not any of the corners listed above.