Discussion in 'NFL Zone' started by Joshmil53, Oct 22, 2012.
11 targets, 9/11 for 121 yards and TD.
Janoris Jenkins - there was a part of the forum that looked at early performances of Jenkins and Claiborne and concluded that we gave up too much to get an inferior player. As these things go, that was clearly premature.
So what? You people dance to anything.
He's a rookie, and is still top 2 rookie corner to come out last draft.
Laugh all you want but even vets have bad days.
Dude is talented, stop trying to dirty his play.
There is no such thing as a shut down corner......
At least J Jenkins will get you int's or try to make plays on the ball.
I know who he is, it was a sarcastic who in response to a relatively meaningless post. Rodgers was 30/37 yesterday, give me a break
Mr. Sanders begs to differ.......
I'm talking today's nfl....
This is a bizarre criticism. Say what you want about Claiborne's broad skillset - there are some areas where Jenkins is more polished - but Mo's ball skills at corner are about as good as any to come into the league in years.
If forcing interceptions and PBUs was a priority of mine, Claiborne would have been at the top of my wishlist as a GM.
Spot on Chap
He is a rookie.
I still think the Cowboys got the better player in Mo but we are talking about Aaron Rodgers.
He made the Texans secondary look like the Cowboys secondary of 2010. Him and his Wrs make a lot of cbs look bad.
I wasn't comparing him to Mo
Was just saying, there is no reason to laugh at the guy, he's a good young corner, who is still learning
Casey Hayward of the Packers looks like the best CB pick so far. Four picks and they all have been athletic plays. The guy already looks like a veteran. I think he had a couple of passes against him when the Packers played the saints but other than that he has not allowed anything. Another Ted Thompson gem....Sam Shields may not get his job back.
So I'm guessing Frozen was part of the Jenkins>Claiborne crowd....
I'm also thinking scheme has a lot more to do with these stats than ability...
That stat line is close to another Jenkins that played the Packers a few years ago. :
No he wasn't actually. He just thought at our previous draft position, Jenkins would've been an option.
Nobody saw us trading up for Claiborne except one dude who mocked it the night before.
PFF mentioned Casey Hayword as the top rookie in the NFC so far.
He was a 2nd round pick -- regarded by some scouts as possibly having the best ball skills in the draft but wasn't the athlete that Mo or J. Jenkins was -- specifically he never broke 4.5 in the 40. Some projected him as a safety.
3 of those picks were gift-wrapped.
Then again so was Mo's this past weekend.