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  1. #16
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    Finnegan and jenkins

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    Quote Originally Posted by flgatorsandjags View Post
    Finnegan and jenkins
    while i think they are in discussion, jenkins has made some costly rookie mistakes
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    Rams have another corner who may not have had as many targets on him but who is out-performing both Jenkins and Finnegan right now. Fletcher, I believe?
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    Hawk and Peanut.

    Our greatest glory is not in never failing. But rather in rising back up every time we do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JesusWears24 View Post
    They are playing well for once and you idiots are blowing things out of proportion. I rooted for the seahawks and Russel Wilson until all u people on here started saying how good they are. Their are very few great players on this team and thats it. Enough with the best talk.
    Why did the hipster hate the Seahawks

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    Quote Originally Posted by JesusWears24 View Post
    Browner and Sherman?? Give me a dam break....enough with this Seahawks hype. Its Namdi and Cromartie....
    I don't know what games your watching, I live near Philly(so there games are always on) and they might play good once in awhile or 1 plays good and the other plays like dirt. So the best duo is def not them

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    Browner is average and is having a subpar season...

    To me it's Jennings and Tillman




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    Quote Originally Posted by Illa215 View Post
    Watch tape of him blanketing Calvin Johnson last Sunday. He's surprisingly turning into one of the more underrated players in the game.

    OR, you can go with the flow and ignorantly say that he's overrated. Don't look up facts or watch any film or anything stupid like that.
    I'm also a eagles fan and i have seen every single game, aso has not been anything special, no where close to what he's getting paid. To be honest with you his best game was this past week against Calvin Johnson in the 1st half but eventually CAlvin exploded. Also aso was destroyed and I mean destroyed against JACOBY JONES. Fitzgerald beat him over and over again, Ramses Braden beat him a lot until he was called for offensive PI.

    He needs safety help, when the safety's bite the play action he is toast. So my fellow eagles fan, please open your eyes and don't be so ignorant just cuz he's on our favourite team.

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    Oops remember Pittsburgh picking on him and making him look horrible, it was funny how bad Big Ben was going at him. Don't get me wrong I'm making a argument that aso and DRC are at least top 3 in the league but I think aso is holding DRC back, DRC btw has been great minus some dumb penalties

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    Quote Originally Posted by JesusWears24 View Post
    Browner and Sherman?? Give me a dam break....enough with this Seahawks hype. Its Namdi and Cromartie....
    suckit

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    Finnegan and Jenkins. Jenkins has made one big mistake. Not only do they play tight defense and just amazing coverage, they tackle the right way. Believe it or not players are forgetting how tackling is done. These guys wont let you loose until your on the ground.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WOwolfOL View Post
    Rams have another corner who may not have had as many targets on him but who is out-performing both Jenkins and Finnegan right now. Fletcher, I believe?
    rams also have fletcher and tru johnson, they probably have the best db depth in the league, but their top two may be in the top 3 tandems
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    Quote Originally Posted by Illa215 View Post
    Watch tape of him blanketing Calvin Johnson last Sunday. He's surprisingly turning into one of the more underrated players in the game.

    OR, you can go with the flow and ignorantly say that he's overrated. Don't look up facts or watch any film or anything stupid like that.
    Facts??? Like the fact that Aso had help the entire game? Much easier to "blanket" someone when you've got 1-2 people helping you out for when you get beat.

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    #	 Name	                Team	Snaps	QB Sk	QB Ht	QB Hu	Tks	Assists	MissTa	Stops	TA	Rec	% Ct	Yds	Avg	YAC	LG	TD	Int	PD	NFL Rating
    1	 Casey Hayward	        GB	173	0	0	1	12	2	0	6	19	9	47.4	75	8.3	26	14	0	3	3	18.4
    2	 Tim Jennings	        CHI	315	0	0	0	22	1	4	6	46	21	45.7	215	10.2	70	34	0	4	5	23.4
    3	 D Rodgers-Cromartie	PHI	409	0	0	0	16	1	2	5	33	15	45.5	211	14.1	71	40	0	3	5	28.7
    4	 Patrick Peterson	ARZ	430	0	0	0	16	3	4	5	37	16	43.2	225	14.1	46	44	0	3	3	29.7
    5	 Prince Amukamara	NYG	231	0	0	0	14	0	2	3	16	7	43.8	69	9.9	29	17	0	1	3	30.5
    6	 Bradley Fletcher	SL	213	1	0	0	10	1	1	4	21	9	42.9	65	7.2	34	12	0	1	3	30.9
    7	 Charles Tillman	CHI	254	0	0	0	17	2	1	5	17	11	64.7	87	7.9	25	11	0	2	0	37.7
    8	 Chris Culliver	        SF	270	0	0	0	14	1	3	2	27	11	40.7	129	11.7	25	39	0	1	3	40.5
    9	 E.J. Biggers	        TB	121	0	0	0	3	0	1	1	10	3	30	35	11.7	15	16	0	0	3	41.7
    10	 Lardarius Webb	        BLT	383	0	1	0	23	1	5	9	24	11	45.8	111	10.1	57	26	0	1	3	42.2
    11	 Richard Sherman	SEA	457	0	0	0	22	3	4	5	41	21	51.2	296	14.1	80	52	0	3	6	44.4
    12	 Antonio Cromartie	NYJ	406	0	0	0	15	0	0	2	36	15	41.7	241	16.1	44	41	2	3	5	48.5
    13	 Brandon Flowers	KC	283	0	0	0	14	1	3	2	24	12	50	165	13.8	49	36	1	2	2	51.6
    14	 Kareem Jackson	        HST	365	0	0	0	16	2	1	1	36	17	47.2	230	13.5	67	35	2	3	2	51.9
    14	 Cortland Finnegan	SL	402	1	0	3	36	5	4	14	40	27	67.5	238	8.8	107	34	0	3	2	51.9
    16	 William Middleton	JAX	126	0	0	0	7	0	4	1	6	2	33.3	35	17.5	8	32	0	0	1	54.2
    17	 Jayron Hosley	        NYG	158	0	1	0	7	1	3	3	15	9	60	109	12.1	37	27	0	1	0	54.6
    18	 Kyle Wilson  	        NYJ	358	0	0	0	18	1	3	7	31	16	51.6	183	11.4	70	29	0	1	1	56.3
    19	 Sheldon Brown	        CLV	321	0	0	0	21	1	0	6	31	17	54.8	171	10.1	53	39	0	1	4	57.3
    20	 Chris Houston	        DET	217	0	0	0	10	1	0	6	21	13	61.9	127	9.8	13	30	0	1	2	59.0

    Statistically speaking its Tillman and Jennings

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cub_StuckinSTL View Post
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    #	 Name	                Team	Snaps	QB Sk	QB Ht	QB Hu	Tks	Assists	MissTa	Stops	TA	Rec	% Ct	Yds	Avg	YAC	LG	TD	Int	PD	NFL Rating
    1	 Casey Hayward	        GB	173	0	0	1	12	2	0	6	19	9	47.4	75	8.3	26	14	0	3	3	18.4
    2	 Tim Jennings	        CHI	315	0	0	0	22	1	4	6	46	21	45.7	215	10.2	70	34	0	4	5	23.4
    3	 D Rodgers-Cromartie	PHI	409	0	0	0	16	1	2	5	33	15	45.5	211	14.1	71	40	0	3	5	28.7
    4	 Patrick Peterson	ARZ	430	0	0	0	16	3	4	5	37	16	43.2	225	14.1	46	44	0	3	3	29.7
    5	 Prince Amukamara	NYG	231	0	0	0	14	0	2	3	16	7	43.8	69	9.9	29	17	0	1	3	30.5
    6	 Bradley Fletcher	SL	213	1	0	0	10	1	1	4	21	9	42.9	65	7.2	34	12	0	1	3	30.9
    7	 Charles Tillman	CHI	254	0	0	0	17	2	1	5	17	11	64.7	87	7.9	25	11	0	2	0	37.7
    8	 Chris Culliver	        SF	270	0	0	0	14	1	3	2	27	11	40.7	129	11.7	25	39	0	1	3	40.5
    9	 E.J. Biggers	        TB	121	0	0	0	3	0	1	1	10	3	30	35	11.7	15	16	0	0	3	41.7
    10	 Lardarius Webb	        BLT	383	0	1	0	23	1	5	9	24	11	45.8	111	10.1	57	26	0	1	3	42.2
    11	 Richard Sherman	SEA	457	0	0	0	22	3	4	5	41	21	51.2	296	14.1	80	52	0	3	6	44.4
    12	 Antonio Cromartie	NYJ	406	0	0	0	15	0	0	2	36	15	41.7	241	16.1	44	41	2	3	5	48.5
    13	 Brandon Flowers	KC	283	0	0	0	14	1	3	2	24	12	50	165	13.8	49	36	1	2	2	51.6
    14	 Kareem Jackson	        HST	365	0	0	0	16	2	1	1	36	17	47.2	230	13.5	67	35	2	3	2	51.9
    14	 Cortland Finnegan	SL	402	1	0	3	36	5	4	14	40	27	67.5	238	8.8	107	34	0	3	2	51.9
    16	 William Middleton	JAX	126	0	0	0	7	0	4	1	6	2	33.3	35	17.5	8	32	0	0	1	54.2
    17	 Jayron Hosley	        NYG	158	0	1	0	7	1	3	3	15	9	60	109	12.1	37	27	0	1	0	54.6
    18	 Kyle Wilson  	        NYJ	358	0	0	0	18	1	3	7	31	16	51.6	183	11.4	70	29	0	1	1	56.3
    19	 Sheldon Brown	        CLV	321	0	0	0	21	1	0	6	31	17	54.8	171	10.1	53	39	0	1	4	57.3
    20	 Chris Houston	        DET	217	0	0	0	10	1	0	6	21	13	61.9	127	9.8	13	30	0	1	2	59.0

    Statistically speaking its Tillman and Jennings
    kinda true, the only draw back is they dont have a lot of snaps.

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