lol Carbine got all threatened by me mentioning Browner and Sherman
"no way he knew of that before me!!!, he must have stole that opinion elsewhere!!!"
please Carbine, feel free to search the web up and down to find someone else with that opinion, you won't...it is my opinion. Seattle has the two tallest CBs to play together perhaps in the history of the game, both around 6'4"...which is just ridiculous obviously, and both have killer CB Metrics (where I formed the opinion) to show they don't give up much...they gave up very little against Dallas last week, can't wait to see what Rodgers can do there.
and Marlo might be wrong from time to time, but he is 100% right about you being a f@ggot. The over/under for how many cocks you will suck this year is much more than how many yards the Seattle CBs give up this year.
So that settles it, you didn't watch them play, you just go by the stats, which is exactly what I was getting at. You're taking someone elses opinion (whoever grades these guys) and making it your own.
I looked at stats...no one else has that opinion (that I know of)
guess what, when a CB is doing good THEY AREN'T EVEN ON THE TV SCREEN ANYWAY.
that is something that always irked about about Nnamdi lovers when he was at Oakland...why you love him so much when you CAN'T watch him play?...he had NO highlights, he was NEVER on TV...he was on the side of the field where the cameras where not pointing, and the ball was not being thrown at.
besides, I know I watched at least 3 Seattle games last year, they played Dallas for one and the then believe it or not Carbfag I watch a shit load of football...
this is WHY you're a f@ggot though, you are on a mission to say I am a liar with no reason to...you can't just accept what I am saying.
Last edited by -p.tiddy- : 09-20-2012 at 05:35 PM.
Unless you're able to watch coach's tape of every NFL game, stats are necessary to make comparisons.
Anyway, I'd put the 49ers duo up near the top along with the Ravens and Texans duo's somewhere.
The ONLY way I could even list who is the best CB duo in the league WITHOUT looking at stats would be to watch the coaches tape of every single game in the NFL and focus on every single CB in the entire NFL
you have to look at stats...no one can do the alternative to looking at stats who doesn't do that for a living...cept maybe Carbine, who keeps his own CB metrics for 3 players
Burn % is the main stat used by most I have found when debating who did better...it is just the % of catches you give when being thrown at
100 targets / 25 completions = a burn % of 25%
not sure what there is to debate about that...
I remember seeing both Sherman and Browner ranked very high...PFF and FO can have very different stats though, I know their stats for Nnamdi last year are worlds apart...what is or isn't a target is very subjective