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  • Collins or Whitner?

    Just curious to see who people are projecting to be more productive over the course of their careers.

  • #2
    I'd say Whitner.

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    • #3
      I like Collins athletic ability, so I'd go Collins.

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      • #4
        Easily Whitner. Collins isn't as good as Packers fans believe. I thought this season would have shown that.

        Not to mention Whitner is was a top 10 pick and Collins was a 2nd rounder. Obviously that doesn't always make or break, but it is an indication of what each player's cielings are.


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          • #6
            Originally posted by bearsfan_51
            Easily Whitner. Collins isn't as good as Packers fans believe. I thought this season would have shown that.

            Not to mention Whitner is was a top 10 pick and Collins was a 2nd rounder. Obviously that doesn't always make or break, but it is an indication of what each player's cielings are.
            what difference does it make where u get picked? Steve Smith was a 2nd round WR..David Terrell was 8th overall pick

            whos on a team right now and whos doing better? Exactly.

            doesnt matter what round you get picked..hes asking whos going to be more productive and i'll go with Whitner b/c i've seen more of him..plays good in the box and hes a smart defender.

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            • #7
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              • #8
                Originally posted by remix 6
                Originally posted by bearsfan_51
                Easily Whitner. Collins isn't as good as Packers fans believe. I thought this season would have shown that.

                Not to mention Whitner is was a top 10 pick and Collins was a 2nd rounder. Obviously that doesn't always make or break, but it is an indication of what each player's cielings are.
                what difference does it make where u get picked? Steve Smith was a 2nd round WR..David Terrell was 8th overall pick

                whos on a team right now and whos doing better? Exactly.

                doesnt matter what round you get picked..hes asking whos going to be more productive and i'll go with Whitner b/c i've seen more of him..plays good in the box and hes a smart defender.
                If you looked waht he said. "Obviously that doesn't always make or break."

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                • #9
                  I can see Whitner going to multiple pro bowls. Not sure that Collins will ever make 1

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by remix 6
                    Originally posted by bearsfan_51
                    Easily Whitner. Collins isn't as good as Packers fans believe. I thought this season would have shown that.

                    Not to mention Whitner is was a top 10 pick and Collins was a 2nd rounder. Obviously that doesn't always make or break, but it is an indication of what each player's cielings are.
                    what difference does it make where u get picked? Steve Smith was a 2nd round WR..David Terrell was 8th overall pick

                    whos on a team right now and whos doing better? Exactly.

                    doesnt matter what round you get picked..hes asking whos going to be more productive and i'll go with Whitner b/c i've seen more of him..plays good in the box and hes a smart defender.
                    Who's doing better now? Whitner.

                    And yes, as the Bills fan pointed out, I already said that. Considering both are very new to the league, however, you still have to take ceiling into account. One could actually argue that Collins has a higher ceiling based on athletic ability, but I don't see it.


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                    • #11
                      I like whitners versitility. He can line up at CB, he can play cover 2 (deep safeties), he can play in the box, and he play 1-deep, being the only deep safety, in a 4-4 scheme. Whitners also a playmaker with the ball in his hands. I haven't seen a lot of collins, but he wasn't impressive in the game against the bills.

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                      • #12
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                        • #13
                          I'd wait until after next year to fairly judge them. While he was pretty good this year, Collins definately not the same player as he was last year. Whitner had the better 2006 season than Collins did. However, one could argue that Collins' rookie year was better than Whitner's rookie year. Everyone is saying Whitner because he had the better year, but if his play declines next year, it doesn't mean much.

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                          • #14
                            I'd take Whitner. Collins is good but I'd like to see him improve in coverage.

                            My bro voted for Collins so I could't vote

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Eaglez.Fan
                              I'd take Whitner. Collins is good but I'd like to see him improve in coverage.

                              My bro voted for Collins so I could't vote
                              Who is your bro?

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