Chris Harris and the No-Fly Zone cement themselves as the best secondary in the NFL.
More records being set by the Denver defense, this time in the secondary. Chris Harris surpasses the 4 interceptions a game mark, to set a record. He does this on his way to a 18 interception season, four more than the single season interception record. Harris also takes five of them to the house, one more than the defensive touchdown record.
He doesn’t do it just by himself, but Harris gets a lot of help from his teammates to set a few more records, including most turnovers in a single game, which currently sits at 12. They also break the record for more interceptions by a team in a single season.
They do all that while allowing less than 15 touchdowns through the passing game, with Harris allowing only one. The lone touchdown having already been scored by Kelvin Benjamin in the season opener. Harris also allows a awful <30% completion rate when being thrown at on the season.
With his <30%, the team as a whole allows a <40% completion percentage to opposing quarterbacks with under 200 yards passing per game. The really cement themselves as the best secondary in the NFL in their second and last season together. After this season, Darian Stewart is allowed to walk and Aqib Talib traded, breaking up the ‘No-Fly Zone’.
Some really bold predictions, that are all unlikely to happen. Maybe certain aspects of them happen, but highly doubtful all of any of them actually occur. One thing is for sure, this defense should make fans even more excited than in 2015.