If you think about it, this is about right although I would say that each should be ranked higher on the top 50. Heck, X was in the running for DPOY in 2020.
Pro Football Focus wrote:
24. WR Tyreek Hill, Miami Dolphinshttps://www.pff.com/news/nfl-pff50-rank ... ayers-2022
NFL defenses frustrated Hill and the Chiefs' offense last season with a determined refusal to give up the deep plays that have made him so dangerous. His average depth of target dropped 2.4 yards from the previous year, but he caught a career-high 111 passes in the regular season and was still an elite and dynamic threat at all times. Players who can set the schematic agenda for an entire season are extremely rare, and Hill is one of them.
48. CB Xavien Howard, Miami Dolphins
Few cornerbacks are as natural a ballhawk as Howard, who still recorded five interceptions and seven pass breakups in a year that was a significant step back from his previous season. Howard has allowed a 71.3 passer rating into his coverage throughout his NFL career and is a dangerous cornerback to test at any time.