The Steelers' 2018 secondary improved from 2017. That doesn't mean a whole lot considering how it's still arguably been the worst group on the team, but the improvement allowed them to limit big plays. Much of that came from safety Sean Davis helping to improve coordination.
For the first time in Davis' career, he will be able to start at the same position he played at the previous season. After arriving as a slot defensive back and being moved all around the secondary as a rookie, then playing strong safety in 2017 and free safety in 2018, Davis can finally make a home at free safety in 2019.
Maybe that's what he needs to find consistency. Let's take a look.