2. Joey Bosa
Joey Bosa is the player with the second-highest odds of being a first-team All-Pro player in 2020 and unlike James, he has not yet been an All-Pro in his career. Bosa is one of the best young pass-rushers in the league and just got paid like one, but has never been considered the cream of the crop.
That could change for the Defensive Rookie of the Year in 2020. Bosa is entering his fifth season as a professional and as far as we can tell there are no nagging injuries or anything that could restrict his play.
With that new contract, Bosa is going to ball out and I really do believe that the 2020 season is the start of his prime. Bosa is only 25 years old and is entering his prime years form his mid-to-late 20s. Bosa is going to have an incredible season, the best of his career, and is going to have a really good shot at being an All-Pro.
With such a good secondary behind him and a better defensive line that added Linval Joseph, including the possibility of Jerry Tillery actually showing up, Bosa is going to have a lot of help in getting to the quarterback.
This might seem bold but I forecast at least 15 sacks for Joey Bosa in 2020 including some forced fumbles, which will be more than enough to earn the honor.