Interesting topic being discussed on another forum by Thompsonius22: The redskins say lots of stuff about Roy but Roy has 5 INT's compared to Taylor's 0 INT's...Roy has 7 Pass Deflections and Sean Taylor has 3...Roy is also leading the league in takeaways...they need to get back on here and defend themselves because something is wrong here. Reply by mrkljohn: This comparison along with the Ware vs Merriman comparison has really gotten old. Both of these guys can be extremely dominate safeties, but they lack the necessary discipline to do so. NEITHER ONE OF THEM can cover in man to man situations and they both are looking for the knock out hit too often rather than trying to get the ball back for their offenses. I will say that the light has click a little bit better for Roy lately, but he is still making some horrible mistakes in coverage. He and Taylor could be leading the league in interceptions if they weren't looking for the kill shot so much. You stated that Taylor doesn't have any interceptions. It's definitely not because the opportunities haven't been there. Just as I stated about both of them, he has refused to go for the ball trying to lay out the receiver. Quarterbacks aren't afraid to throw at either of these guys because they know both aren't going for the ball. They both continuously put themselves in bad position to make the plays. As I said earlier, the light is coming on for Roy, but it's not completely bright yet. I wish Parcells would hire/beg Darren Woodson to come be the defensive backs coach and I'm sure you'd see an vast improvement in our safeties period. reply by pauliewaulie_2: Williams and Ed Reed are the best safeties in the league. And both have been beaten on a few occasions. Taylor is too immature to be a great safety or player for that matter. He has great talent but as talent is nothing if doesn't mature into greatness. Williams leads the league in turnovers and that by itself says alot. So, going by the numbers Williams is the best safety in the league right now. reply by goboyzinBigD: Shameful,your guys couldnt lift Sean Taylor to Roy Williams's level so you try to pull R.W down to Sean's level.Stop just admitt Roy is much better and easily the best at his position.Sean Taylor(here to known as "the facemasker")is the Steve Francise of the NFL,every year people were intrigued by his talents but he never turned the corner and is now considered uncoachable.I see the same with The facemasker,he has not gotten better since his rookie yearand seems to be focused on everything else.Maybe by the time he matures enough to come to training camp instead of training/partying at the U he'll reach his potential. Comments?