Even with a shortened season due to a torn ACL, Mathieu led his team with five interceptions, one sack, 89 tackles, a forced fumble and 16 passes defensed. Peterson added two interceptions, 35 tackles, a forced fumble and 10 passes defensed for the Cardinals.
Since Peterson came into the league in 2011, he has 246 tackles and 17 interceptions. Mathieu has 194 tackles and eight interceptions since he joined the Cardinals in 2013.
The Cardinals may have one of the best cornerback tandems in the league, but there are a few names that could also come in and contribute alongside the duo.
During his time in Arizona, Justin Bethel has 105 tackles, six forced fumbles and two interceptions.
Joining Peterson, Mathieu and Bethel on the field in 2016 are rookie cornerbacks Brandon Williams and Harlan Miller. Before being selected in the third round, Williams had 38 tackles during his time with Texas A&M. Sixth-rounder Miller had 122 tackles and 11 interceptions in four seasons for Southeastern Louisiana University.