lol burn percentage. Yeah wasn't Lito Sheppard also rated one of the highest too? Cmon. I don't need any silly stats to tell me what I see with my own eyes and Lowery being abused when starting. And he can't even tackle well.
not knocking on Wilson who I think will be fine with time, just think Lowery gives us more experience and steadier play. Wilson is too raw at this point, a CB needs to turn hishead around, the back to back to back completions one of which was out of bounds by the way, would've been avoided if he had turned and looked at the ball. He stays stride for stride, but he looks raw at this point.
Lowery is just too slow. he is experienced but I remember him being lit up like a Christmas Tree last year vs Indy. The guy is always a step too slow. I'd like to see him more at safety in place of Leonhard. JIM is all heart but is a wee bit small for the position. Marshall killed him last night due to height & weight advantage. Lowery can be the perfect relief for Jim.
WILSON belongs inside. Experience will help him . By November he will be dynamite. Has lots of trouble with the deep ball at this toime. He has a short memory! he is feisty and a JET. He will play like one soon. Coleman seems to be playing better this year then in most years. I see another draft pick coming next year. I love the way CRO is playing. Revis and CRO will be dynamite. Lowery/Poole/ Diggs /Leonard at safety! wow!
Last edited by Kentucky Jet; 09-27-2010 at 05:29 PM.
Go back and watch some of last year's games, then tell me Dwight Lowery should start.
I am basing this on the sample I have seen of both players. Other than Vance Joseph I don't recall any DB the Jets have had look as lost as Wilson. Lowery has had his bad moments as well. If given the choice between the two I'll take Lowery. You can take Wilson if you want him.
I know you watch these players every day in practice, and study them on film, and I know you've been a defensive coach in the NFL for 20 years. But, I saw a couple of plays on TV, and I think Dwight Lowery should start over Kyle Wilson.