22. Brandon Flowers, CB, Kansas City Chiefs
Not quite good enough to have an island named after him, but Flowers really came along in his third year in the league. Would be nice to see him manning up with guys, but you can’t blame the scheme on him. Maybe his most unsung attribute is his physicality in run support and his tackling (missed just one all year.) Did fade a little after a hot start to the year, but one of the best young cornerbacks in the league.
Best Performance: Week 3 versus San Francisco (+4.5)
Key Stat: Broke up 12 passes (including two interceptions) in the first 10 games of the season, and just two for the remainder of the season.