44. Eric Berry
Berry is the NFL’s ultimate warrior. Having overcome both cancer in 2014 and a torn ACL in 2011, Berry is facing a difficult task coming off a torn Achilles. Easily the best player on Kansas City’s defense, Berry is also an elite safety in the league. A three-time All-Pro and five-time Pro Bowler, Berry picked off four passes and returned two of those for touchdowns in 2016. In addition to being a ball-hawk, Berry is a sure tackler.
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43. Keenan Allen
A healthy Keenan Allen is one of the best receivers in football. Finally playing his first full season as a pro in 2017, Allen torched the AFC to the tune of 102 receptions, 1,393 receiving yards, and six touchdowns. Allen will be the Chargers’ No. 1 option again this season. With tight end Hunter Henry out for the year due to an ACL injury, don’t be surprised if Allen leads the league in targets.
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42. A.J. Bouye
The Jaguars hit the jackpot with Bouye. Not only did they poach an elite corner from a division rival (Texans), but Jacksonville added a piece that — combined with Jalen Ramsey — results in one of the best secondaries in all of football. Bouye picked off six passes in his debut season with the Jags. He didn’t allow a single touchdown pass when quarterback’s threw in his direction during the regular season. His staunch play resulted in an NFL-low 33.8 passer rating against Bouye.
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