11. Leonard Floyd
This comes off as ridiculously too low and disrespectful to Floyd until you go through the rest of the defense. The former top ten pick is playing over 75% of the defensive snaps but is on pace for a career low in sacks.
Floyd has one sack this season to go with four tackles for loss and five quarterback hits. He also has 29 tackles, with three pass deflections and a pick six.
First, it is worth noting that Leonard Floyd has been in a different role early into the season. It has always been noted that Floyd drops into coverage more often than not. However, more than that he has spent a lot of his early snaps running contain and flooding the other side of the line of scrimmage with a pass rush.
Of course, early into his season he was dealing with a hand issue and played with a club. It affected any pass rush abilities he had, and this put him into this role. While he has had value in this role, it has not been as significant as some others.
The big difference in his splits is shown in explosive runs. The Bears allow 3.8% explosive runs with him on the sidelines, and 1.3% with him on the field. So, his significant impacts can show in the run game, as a contain man and in pass defense.
However, even in his role as a pass rusher, the pass rush has been less successful with him on the field. The Bears get a sack 6% of the time with him out there, compared to 10% of the time with Aaron Lynch on the field