By my count, here's how teams have fared when passing against our three cornerbacks so far. (Passes batted at the line of scrimmage are not included) Against Newman -- 9-for-18, 110 yards, two interceptions, no touchdowns (29.6 passer rating) Against Henry -- 12-for-25, 230 yards, one interception, two touchdowns (90.4 passer rating) Against Glenn -- 4-for-9, 157 yards, one interception, two touchdowns (91.1 passer rating) All three combined -- 25-for-52, 497 yards, four interceptions, four touchdowns (75.5 passer rating) A few things to note -- -- On fourth downs, our opponents are 3-for-4 for 92 yards, one interception and one touchdown (116.6 passer rating). They're 1-for-1 for 20 yards against Newman, 1-for-1 for 33 yards against Henry and 1-for-2 for 39 yards, one interception and one touchdown against Glenn. -- All three cornerbacks have allowed a 50 percent completion rate or less. Considering that we've been playing quite a bit of zone, that seems pretty good. -- Newman has allowed 12.2 yards per catch, which is decent. But Henry has allowed 19.2 ypc and Glenn has allowed 39.3. Obviously, the deep ball is killing us. We've played good pass defense other than four or five plays. -- The two interceptions thrown against Newman include the one he tipped away and Nguyen caught. -- Newman allowed one catch to a running back (Portis for 6 yards). All of the other catches against our cornerbacks have been by wide receivers. On a side note, through three games, Roy hasn't allowed a catch to any receiver (including tight ends and running backs) when he had primary responsibility (other than a 13-yarder that was wiped out by an offensive penalty in the San Diego game). Davis has allowed four catches for 66 yards and two touchdowns in primary responsibility.