18. Josh Norman, CB, (Overrated)
In truth, Josh Norman is one those guys who’s trading off having one stellar season and a massive contract right on the heels of said season. Norman was absolutely one of the best cornerbacks in the NFL in 2015, when he was named to the All-Pro team. But after Carolina decided not to re-sign him to a lucrative deal, the Washington Redskins did so, making him one of the highest-paid cornerbacks in the NFL.
But since coming to Washington, Norman has had a grand total of three interceptions, which includes zero interceptions in 2017. He’s also not nearly the same “shut down”-type cornerback everyone made him out to be when he signed there.