The Jacksonville Jaguars’ wide receivers will have a tough test.
It took Kyle Fuller a while to get his NFL career going. Originally a first-round selection in 2014’s draft, he was solid albeit unspectacular in the first four years of his career. However, he broke out in 2018 and Pro Bowl and First-Team All-Pro designations. He later added another Pro Bowl in 2019 and has been a key cog in the Bears secondary.
This season, Fuller has played on 99 percent of the Bears’ total snaps on defense and has registered 57 total tackles, eight passes defensed, one interception, and once forced fumble. Also, he’s allowed just 52.6 percent of the passes thrown his way.
Back in 2018, Chicago had one of the best safety tandems in the league in Eddie Jackson and Adrian Amos. Together, they combined for eight interceptions, 24 pass breakups, two sacks, and two forced fumbles, and one fumble returned for a touchdown. However, the Bears couldn’t pay both and let Amos test free agency and opted to keep Jackson.
The Alabama product has earned Pro Bowl nods and named First-Team All-Pro once. Although he hasn’t snagged an interception this season, he has defensed five passes and forced three fumbles.