All of the above is true. If we were going to play pure man coverage then neither Carr or Mo have shown themselves to be as good as Jenkins although by the end of last year Mo was getting close. Jenkins always struggled in run support. He was fine at tackling WRs in the secondary. So if you want a finesse man cover corner and let the other players handle the run more then he can be a great asset to have. That is how we used him in 2009 and he was good. I never thought he was as bad as the numbers suggested in 2010 because he was the only Dallas CB who was getting close to balls. The problem was there was very little help in coverage from the Safeties (Sensy and Ball) or the ILBs (Brooking and James) and this allowed teams to take some liberties against him. The other thing is that we hung our corners out to dry with the blitz early in the season but none of our blitzers was ever coming free. This put the CBs in a bad spot and they got taken advantage of. You could still see th ability there in him that season. I thought he was very good in 2011, better than 2010 but not quite as good as 2009 and the main issue there was injury. 2012 is incomplete because he didn't get to play CB much and he is not well suited to slot CB. When he was out there you could still see the coverage skills. I think the Raiders got the biggest bargain in FA. They get a great cover corner for 1 year at $1.5M. Meanwhile Jerry has to give up two high picks or spend $50M to get guys who may not be much better than him. This is why we struggle so much - horrible personnel/cap decisions time over time over time. The GM just doesn't learn from his mistakes which is unfortunate because he would be Mensa great by now if he did.