Originally Posted by Mediator12
Plus, he played a ton of Man coverage which is not as conducive to INT's as the player usually is playing trail technique, versus biting on routes in zone like Asante (overrated) Samuel. Samuel routinely gets Burned when he has to play man coverage nad especially press man.
You top INT CB's are usually Zone system and watching the QB, not Press man CB's.
I just love that he was left to fend for himself in man coverage so often.
I also like his family pedigree and that his brothers play in the NFL right now.
I personally think it will push him to become elite at the NFL level. Just my 2 cents on him, but having him in DEN for a couple years watching, learning and playing with Champ Bailey until he retires would be great.