2. Marcus Peters
Could Marcus Peters end up being a two-year rental for the Rams?
While there were some concerns surrounding the Rams acquiring the former Kansas City Chiefs star last offseason due to the headache he seemed to be in the locker room, Peters has been unbelievable at creating turnovers on defense.
Certainly, there were times throughout the 2018 season in which it was frustrating to watch Peters since the cornerback was torched by numerous receivers, but playing alongside Talib when the veteran was healthy showed just how effective he could be.
Exercising the fifth-year option on Peters back in April was an easy decision by the Rams since it would have been put the team in a tougher position on defense at cornerback, but now comes the fun part about determining his future in Los Angeles.
One of the biggest debates so far from the offseason has been whether Peters is worthy of a hefty extension since his presence would benefit some of the younger guys at cornerback in the long run.
The Rams could always wait to see how things go in 2019 before making a decision, but also that comes with the risk of his asking price going up if Peters has a strong season as a result of feeling more comfortable on defense with a year under his belt playing with the team.