Malcolm Butler had a horrific start in 2018 when he was first picked up by the Titans. He allowed a passer rating of above 100 for 5 of the first 8 games of the 2018 season. This led to many people questioning the $61 million contract that he was signed to the previous offseason.
Fortunately for the Titans, Butler was able to turn it around before the end of the 2018 season. He finished the year with 3 interceptions and 1 of them went for a pick-six.
Malcolm Butler finished the year off strong and carried it into 2019. He started the first 9 games of 2019 and had 2 interceptions before breaking his wrist and being put on IR.
Statistically, I see Malcolm Butler finishing in 2020 very similar to the way he did last season, without the broken wrist hopefully.
My projections for Malcolm Butler next season are simple, I see him playing every game of the season and finishing with two interceptions. I think he will accomplish all of that while only allowing over a 100 passer rating twice.