A couple of weeks ago the Rams acquired Marcus Peters from Kansas City. As we pointed out at the time, Peters has been involved in more turnovers (29) than any other defensive back over the last three seasons. They've now added another top playmaker in veteran Aqib Talib.

Talib didn't rank as favorably in terms of turnovers. In his four years with the Broncos, he had 11 interceptions (Peters had 19 in three seasons) and forced 2 fumbles (Peters forced 5).

But Talib has a remarkable knack for taking his interceptions back all the way. Four years in a row he's had at least one interception return touchdown, the only player in the league to do that. He's had 6 total in those four seasons. That's 2 more than any other player. (Table shows all players with multiple interception returns for touchdowns the last four years.)

INTERCEPTION RETURN TDS, 2014-2017
PlayerNo
Aqib Talib, Den.6
Janoris Jenkins, NYG4
Malcolm Jenkins, Phil.4
William Gay, Pitt.4
Trumaine Johnson, LAR3
Justin Bethel, Ariz.3
Casey Hayward, S.D.-LAC3
Damarious Randall, G.B.2
Dontae Johnson, S.F.2
Eddie Jackson, Chic.2
Eric Kendricks, Minn.2
Glover Quin, Det.2
Jimmy Smith, Balt.2
Johnathan Joseph, Hou.2
Justin Coleman, Sea.2
Bradley Roby, Den.2
Brent Grimes, T.B.2
Deion Jones, Atl.2
Eric Berry, K.C.2
Kareem Jackson, Hou.2
Kurt Coleman, Car.2
Lavonte David, T.B.2
Robert Alford, Atl.2
Josh Norman, Car.2
Karlos Dansby, Clev.2
Marcus Peters, K.C.2
Reshad Jones, Mia.2
Telvin Smith, Jac.2
Danny Lansanah, T.B.2
Harrison Smith, Minn.2
Julius Peppers, G.B.2
Rashad Johnson, Ariz.2

With that duo at cornerback, and franchised safety Lamarcus Joyner (3 interceptions and a touchdown of his own last season), I expect I'll be very interested in the Rams Defense in fantasy leagues next season.

Interesting that two other players in the top 5 have Ram connections. Janoris Jenkins (former Ram, current Giant) and Trumaine Johnson (franchised by the Rams the last two seasons). Johnson won't be returning to the team in 2018, especially after the Peters and Talib acquisitions.

Another interesting player on the list is Packer Damarious Randall. Green Bay just traded him to Cleveland for DeShone Kizer. The Packers aren't blessed with great depth at cornerback, so it's a little odd they'd trade him for a player they hope never sees the field behind Aaron Rodgers.

--Andy Richardson