Broncos Broncos Film Room: Why Chris Harris Jr. has been better than ever By Andre Simone Posted on November 17, 2018 [get_snippet] [theme-my-login show_title=0] Share Tweet Email Print In all the doom and gloom of a 3-and-6 season marred by close defeats, the Denver Broncos have still had some bright spots in 2018. One of those bright spots has been cornerback Chris Harris Jr., who has been nothing short of spectacular while playing 98.6 percent of the defensive snaps. Having to take the mantle on a full-time basis as Denver's No. 1 corner after Aqib Talib’s departure, Harris has been as good if not significantly better than he was with Talib in 2017. Appearing in more snaps—in 2017 he was featured in 88 percent of the snaps on ‘D’— No. 25 has allowed fewer yards per reception—9.6 compared to 14.3—and yards per target, 5.5 versus 7.2. Log in Username or E-mail Password Remember Me Lost your password? LOST PASSWORD Not subscribed yet? Click below to for full access: Subscribe Share Tweet Email Print MORE COVERAGE Broncos Game Grades: Analyzing the individual performances in an embarrassing loss Vance Joseph offers honest criticism of Case Keenum What in the world happened with covering George Kittle?