2. Richard Sherman
A card-carrying member of the “Legion of Boom” makes the list at number two.
This guy needs no introduction. It’s hard to believe based on his talent that Richard Sherman was a fifth round draft pick, but that is what he was back in 2011 by the Seahawks. He was dominant right from the jump, with four interceptions in his rookie season, followed by back to back eight interception performances. Sherman posted four interceptions in 2014 before dropping to two in 2015.
He has posted multiple interceptions in a game on four separate occasions. Sherman is a three-time Pro Bowler and a three-time selection as a First Team All-Pro. In the run up to the Super Bowl in 2014, Sherman was strong, posting three interceptions. Some say his value should drop because he is “part of a system”, but that is unfair to slight him for it. Yes it’s a solid system, but he still has to perform.
And that is what Richard Sherman does. He performs each and every week.
Next: Number One