6. Kyle Fuller
Kyle Fuller is second on his defense in snaps played, playing over 98%. With a full season of health last year and carrying it over into year two, we have seen huge growth in his play. Fuller is having a breakout year, and like everyone else is too low on this list.
Fuller has a career-high five interceptions this season with plenty of time to expand on that total. Teams have consistently tested Fuller, and he has always made them pay. He ranks fifth amongst Pro Football Focus cornerbacks and has the stats to back it up.
Fuller has been targeted 62 times but allowed 7.8 yards per attempt and a passer rating of 64. He is physical and tackles well after the catch. That has always been a part of his game. The added ball skills have made him a much more impactful player.
The ball skills have come back to bite him a few times this year, as two of his three touchdowns allowed were on go routes deep down the field where he struggled to make a play on the ball. Still, he is showing growth, and it is showing as this defense continues to improve.