Marshon Lattimore did not have the greatest of seasons last year.
Despite making the esteemed NFL Top 100 list, notching in at No. 76, the actual production didn’t match what we’ve come to expect from the young stud.
The former rookie phenom, who allowed no touchdowns, picked off five passes and broke up 13 passes in 2017, allowed three touchdowns, picked off one pass and broke up 10 passes in 2019, according to Pro Football Focus.
That may not appear like quite as big a discrepancy as I’m making it seem, but when you take into account every factor, the down-tick in performance becomes...