Winner: Logan Ryan
Logan Ryan was playing lights out and was perhaps the best slot corner in the NFL during the first half of the season. In the second half, Ryan slowed some, but was still very effective and had the game-clinching pick-six on Tom Brady and the Pats in the wild card round.
He also played on 100 percent of snaps in 17 of 19 total games. Only Kevin Byard matched that number.
With him facing free agency this offseason, Tennessee would be wise to bring Ryan back because slot corners with his kind of talent don’t grow on trees.
Winner: Kevin Byard
One of the biggest moves of the last offseason was inking Byard to a massive extension, and Byard wasted no time in proving that he was worth it.
The Mayor of Murfreesboro was his usual ball-hawking self, coming up five interceptions on the season, the second-most in the NFL. He was also tied for fourth on the team in tackles and played 100 percent of snaps in 17 of 19 total games.
Winner: Kenny Vaccaro
Considering the Titans fell into signing Kenny Vaccaro in 2018 because of an injury, this franchise couldn’t have asked for much more than what it has gotten from him in two seasons.
Specifically, Vaccaro was sensational against the Ravens in the divisional round. He was great in the box to help step Lamar Jackson and Baltimore’s rushing attack, and he also came up with a huge interception to help put the AFC’s No. 1 seed away.
Vaccaro’s 84 tackles were tied for the fourth-most on the team and he played 100 percent of snaps in 15 of the team’s 19 total games.