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2014 Top Cornerback Metrics Breakdown

November 30, 2013


So I’m going to do things a bit different with the CBs. If you’ve read my previous post on the problems with CB stats (HERE), you’ll understand that the stats are rather ambiguous and need to be explained in detail to make sense. I’m going to have this post serve as the main stats page […]

Lies, Damned Lies, and Cornerback Stats

November 19, 2013


Normally I’d have a piece up on another position group and three new players to break down the stats of. I actually have a considerable amount of data on cornerbacks Jason Verrett, Kyle Fuller and Darqueze Dennard, but I’m not posting it quite yet. Stats for CBs are rather nebulous. Whereas you can look at […]

Trufant, Poyer, and Slay – A Statistical Breakdown

March 4, 2013


Previously: Tier 1 CB Breakdown, Dee Milliner, Xavier Rhodes, Johnthan Banks In my tier 1 CB breakdown before of Xavier Rhodes, Dee Milliner and Johnthan Banks before the combine, I noted that any of the second tier corners could be better than the tier 1 prospects. Although I didn’t have the stats to prove it […]

Milliner, Banks and Rhodes – A Metrics Breakdown

February 18, 2013


My personal philosophy is that a team can never have enough cornerbacks. It is ironic then that this is the first year I’ve charted anything related to the secondary. However, given how many teams could use a good CB in this pass happy league, examining them is extremely important. For the first tier, I’ve chosen […]