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Thread: The top 50 CBs of 2008 (Revis is #3 and Lowery is #39)

  1. #21
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    Well I'm glad we took Revis over Ross. Thats for damn shore!

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    [QUOTE=PatsFanTX;2986305]Revis at #3 is a complete joke.

    If he is as good as you guys think he is, why did the Jets finish with the 29th worst passing defense in the NFL?[/QUOTE]

    [QUOTE=PatsFanTX;2986316]So what is the job of a CB?

    To defend against the pass.

    Again, the Jets had one of the worst secondaries in the NFL.

    Stats don't lie.[/QUOTE]

    it's amazing that people STILL take the bait :rolleyes:


    45,000 posts and people haven't figured it out. unreal.

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    These rankings are retarded. You should watch the players play. You can't judge anybody by their stats, thats just stupid. So many different things have to be considered, like pass rush, scheme and all that stuff. That's like judging a MLB by their amount of tackles and whoever has the most tackles must be the best MLB. :rolleyes:

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    [QUOTE=TheMikeIsHot;2986308]I think this author is Raider90210.

    There's 3 Raiders in the top 11. Nnamdi is hands-down #1, but Chris Johnson and Stanford Routt? No. No chance.[/QUOTE]


    Raiders don't lose that much from N Asomugha to Chris Johnson and Stanford Routt. All three excel at playing man to man on the outside. The problem is all three of the CBs aren't as comfortable playing inside against slot reciever. When you are talking about starting them on the outside and all those Cbs are that good.

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    [QUOTE=Dirtstar;2986370]it's amazing that people STILL take the bait :rolleyes:


    45,000 posts and people haven't figured it out. unreal.[/QUOTE]

    Haven't figured out what? That TX posts his hot garbage to get a rise out of people?

    I think we've all firgured that out. What we don't understand is why he spends every waking moment of his day doing it.

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    I stoped reading once I seen Corey Webster number 2

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    [quote=PatsFanTX;2986316]Stats don't lie.[/quote]

    No they don't, but they can be very misleading at times.

    Revis is one man covering one receiver. The safeties and other cornerbacks, not to mention other players assigned to coverage, did a HORRIBLE job this year. They more than made up for Revis having a good year.

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    [QUOTE=PatsFanTX;2986316]

    Stats don't lie.[/QUOTE]

    Except when count against the Pats* right tx*:rolleyes:

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    [QUOTE=TheMikeIsHot;2986308]I think this author is Raider90210.

    There's 3 Raiders in the top 11. Nnamdi is hands-down #1, but Chris Johnson and Stanford Routt? No. No chance.[/QUOTE]



    WHEN THE TEAMS RUN THE BALL AGAINST YOU ALL DAY...THEY NEVER PASS

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    [QUOTE=PatsFanTX;2986316]So what is the job of a CB?

    To defend against the pass.

    Again, the Jets had one of the worst secondaries in the NFL.

    Stats don't lie.[/QUOTE]

    Dude, you're an idiot.

    Revis was spectacular the whole year. Lowery, Law, Elam, and the LB were all terrible in coverage.

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    Doesn't Ryan's defense require 2 really good CB's?

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    [QUOTE=jetswinbaby!;2986599]Doesn't Ryan's defense require 2 really good CB's?[/QUOTE]

    Yes, 2 CB's that are good in Man to Man coverage, because of all the blitzing.

    We could use another.

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    [QUOTE=KellenIsTheFuture;2986604]Yes, 2 CB's that are good in Man to Man coverage, because of all the blitzing.

    We could use another.[/QUOTE]

    Is there one on the horizon?

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    [QUOTE=jetswinbaby!;2986608]Is there one on the horizon?[/QUOTE]

    The Draft is a possibility.

    Vontae Davis or Alphonso Smith are choices at 17.

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    [QUOTE=XingDaorong;2986163]And for what it's worth both Bryant McFadden and Jabari Greer made the list; and both are unrestricted free agents in February.[/QUOTE]

    i want greer:yes:

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    or Ron Bartell, but st louis will make him top priority in all likelihood;

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    Chris McAlister didn't make the list... he's 31 but when healthy he's still got it IMO.


    Will oakland franchise Asomugha again?

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    [QUOTE=JOHNNY JOHNSON;2986674]Chris McAlister didn't make the list... he's 31 but when healthy he's still got it IMO.


    Will oakland franchise Asomugha again?[/QUOTE]

    Without a doubt N Asomugha will be franchiused again. The question is will they trade him.( they are going to have to get a really great offer to do it)


    Wouldn't supprise me either if the raiders dropped the franchise tag and hit him with the transitional tag(right to match) There is no way they don't match any offer he recieves. Sorta what happen with Tim Brown(signed a big contract with Denver with poison pills that would make it difficulty for Raiders to match) Raiders matched and Denver did all the dirty work.

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    [QUOTE=NYJCAP2;2986203]Nothing against how the Giants run their D, or use too...

    But how is Webster above Revis?

    It's a decent ranking but I think it needs to be shuffled a bit from 26 down to 10.[/QUOTE]

    Flash in the pan or breakout season...those are just stats and an opinion-ish based ranking.

    I'd still take Revis over Webster anyday.

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    lowery got burned deep soooo many times this year....he made some big plays in the beginning of the season, but he ended up getting beat for 8 TDs...he has a lotttt of work to do...very reliable tackler, but struggled throughout the year...hopefully rex can put him in good situations where he can succeed

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