2. New York Jets
Sauce Gardner, Michael Carter II, D.J. Reed, Bryce Hall, Jimmy Moreland
The New York Jets are at number due in large part to Sauce Gardner, who not only is probably the best cornerback in the AFC East but could be considered the best in the entire NFL by the end of the season. He was the fourth overall pick last season and was a lockdown corner for the Jets with two interceptions and an NFL-leading 20 pass breakups.
Entering his second season, there is no reason to think that Gardner is going to suffer a sophomore slump and will once again be a lockdown cornerback this season. Once again, D.J. Reed should get the start opposite Gardner with Michael Carter inside at the nickel.
The New York Jets may have the best starting cornerbacks but the depth is what keeps them at number two because if any starter misses time, this group will struggle to remain at the same level of performance.