Originally Posted by TAC602
Asomugha has allowed 1 TD in the last three seasons. It's very close.
I do give the edge to Revis as he tracks the opposing No. 1 WR all over the field, but I believe Nnamdi did the same for most of last season from what I saw. Both are Top 5 Defensive players in the league because truly elite CBs are absurdly difficult to come by.
Aso was someone that QBs did not target because he would stay on one side of the field and not really track one WR and take him out for the rest of the game like Revis would. It isn't Aso's fault, it is the coaching scheme's for making Aso just take away one side of the field rather than one WR. All teams have to do is make their best WR play on the opposite side of Aso and the teams would be fine. I don't expect that to happen in Philly though. I expect Aso to be used similar to the way Revis is currently used with the Jets.
Aso could easily be exposed as overrated this season.