Signed by Cowboys Cowboys claim CB Trayvon Mullen

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CHAMPIONSHIP!!!!
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right if the eagles made these moves for TY and a few of these guys , our fans would cry on why aren't we trying to get better, if we do it sarcastic posts come. they are churning the roister getting some possible help for areas of concern.
 

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No, you're wrong!

So far during the very limited play he has had at CornerBack this 2022 season, Kelvin Joseph has been bad at the Catch Rate Allowed, Passer Rating Allowed, Coverage Rating, Receptions Allowed, Yards Allowed, Yards Per Receptions Allowed, plus given up 2 TDs.

This is most likely why the Cowboys jumped and immediately picked up Trayvon Mullen when he became available a day or two ago. If Joseph was playing better this season, the Cowboys would not have been forced to pick up Mullen, thus costing another roster spot on the 53 man roster.

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No, you're wrong!

So far during the very limited play he has had at CornerBack this 2022 season, Kelvin Joseph has been bad at the Catch Rate Allowed, Passer Rating Allowed, Coverage Rating, Receptions Allowed, Yards Allowed, Yards Per Receptions Allowed, plus given up 2 TDs.

This is most likely why the Cowboys jumped and immediately picked up Trayvon Mullen when he became available a day or two ago. If Joseph was playing better this season, the Cowboys would not have been forced to pick up Mullen, thus costing another roster spot on the 53 man roster.

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Pay attention to the following and you'll learn something or don't and keep posting with the emotions of a 13 year old girl obsessed with boy bands.

His targets per snap played is good.

QB rating is "when targeted". If a CB has great coverage he won't be targeted on that play. The sample size becomes too small.

A QB is rated on 30 to 50 passes in a game which is a good sample size. Using 5 targets is not a sufficient sample size.

Diggs had a game with a 158.3 QB rating despite only allowing 4 catches.

Joseph had very tight coverage on one of the TDs. It had to be a perfect pass. Compare that to some of the TDs that Brown allowed which were not contested.

On the other TD they played cover 0 because they were getting gashed by the Bears running game (240 yards allowed). The WR was lined up in the slot and there were zero defenders right of the LT that were beyond 5 yards deep. The WR had the entire right 2/3rds of the field open. The CB can't play leverage off the snap against a WR lined up in the slot. That means the CB will be trailing which in turns means it's very rate for the CB to win in that situation.

Joseph showed up when it mattered in the Texans game with a play to prevent a 3rd down conversion.
 

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Pay attention to the following and you'll learn something or don't and keep posting with the emotions of a 13 year old girl obsessed with boy bands.

His targets per snap played is good.

QB rating is "when targeted". If a CB has great coverage he won't be targeted on that play. The sample size becomes too small.

A QB is rated on 30 to 50 passes in a game which is a good sample size. Using 5 targets is not a sufficient sample size.

Diggs had a game with a 158.3 QB rating despite only allowing 4 catches.

Joseph had very tight coverage on one of the TDs. It had to be a perfect pass. Compare that to some of the TDs that Brown allowed which were not contested.

On the other TD they played cover 0 because they were getting gashed by the Bears running game (240 yards allowed). The WR was lined up in the slot and there were zero defenders right of the LT that were beyond 5 yards deep. The WR had the entire right 2/3rds of the field open. The CB can't play leverage off the snap against a WR lined up in the slot. That means the CB will be trailing which in turns means it's very rate for the CB to win in that situation.

Joseph showed up when it mattered in the Texans game with a play to prevent a 3rd down conversion.
WTH? The idiocy I just read. 5 targets thrown against you is not a sufficient sample size? Why not??? If you can cover well or not, no matter how many times you get thrown against, it will accurately reflect on the opposing QB's passer rating against you. You're trying to move the goal posts in order to cover for Joseph's bad coverage. It doesn't matter how close you are to a receiver while in coverage. If that receiver is completing catches against you, YOU ARE THE PROBLEM. Clearly, Kelvin Joseph has been getting burned a lot this year whether you like it or not. Now you can either accept such facts like a man, or you can go back to throwing insults like the immature little crybaby that you like to be.
 

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WTH? The idiocy I just read. 5 targets thrown against you is not a sufficient sample size? Why not??? If you can cover well or not, no matter how many times you get thrown against, it will accurately reflect on the opposing QB's passer rating against you. You're trying to move the goal posts in order to cover for Joseph's bad coverage. It doesn't matter how close you are to a receiver while in coverage. If that receiver is completing catches against you, YOU ARE THE PROBLEM. Clearly, Kelvin Joseph has been getting burned a lot this year whether you like it or not. Now you can either accept such facts like a man, or you can go back to throwing insults like the immature little crybaby that you like to be.

He's been far from terrible, but he's also not been great. He has to learn to play certain routes better, but he's pretty green overall. I've seen reasons to think he will get there, and reasons to not feel comfortable with him at the moment. I think the fact that we're pretty much a lock to make the playoffs and the chances of us surpassing the Eagles for the top seed/NFC East title gives us a chance to use these next four games as an audition. Picking up these other corners gives us options if he fails the audition.
 
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Just watched some of this dudes highlights. Looks like a pretty good pickup and mitigation plan having Mullen essentially be insurance for Joseph's play.
 

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WTH? The idiocy I just read. 5 targets thrown against you is not a sufficient sample size? Why not??? If you can cover well or not, no matter how many times you get thrown against, it will accurately reflect on the opposing QB's passer rating against you. You're trying to move the goal posts in order to cover for Joseph's bad coverage. It doesn't matter how close you are to a receiver while in coverage. If that receiver is completing catches against you, YOU ARE THE PROBLEM. Clearly, Kelvin Joseph has been getting burned a lot this year whether you like it or not. Now you can either accept such facts like a man, or you can go back to throwing insults like the immature little crybaby that you like to be.
I expected you to choose not to learn.

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