Final CB Breakdown
Here is the final CB breakdown statistically:
CB Chris Owens - 336 snaps, 25 targets, 13.44 snaps per target, 9.64 YPA allowed, 2 TD's allowed, 2 INT's, 56.0% comp % allowed (take out the big Braylon Edwards TD and his YPA dips to 7.33)
CB Chris Houston - 724 snaps, 63 targets, 11.49 snaps per target, 7.97 YPA allowed, 2 TD's allowed, 1 INT's, 66.7% comp % allowed
CB Brent Grimes - 718 snaps, 93 targets, 7.72 snaps per target, 7.36 YPA allowed, 2 TD's allowed, 6 INT's, 62.4% comp % allowed
CB Chevis Jackson - 299 snaps, 33 targets, 9.06 snaps per target, 6.54 YPA allowed, 1 TD allowed, 0 INT's, 72.7% comp % allowed
CB Tye Hill - 119 snaps, 11 targets, 10.82 snaps per target, 15.73 YPA allowed, 3 TD's allowed, 1 INT, 90.9% comp % allowed
CB Brian Williams - 317 snaps, 29 targets, 10.93 snaps per target, 10.45 YPA allowed, 0 TD's allowed, 1 INT, 75.9% comp % allowed
By these stats you can see that Owens and Grimes are arguably our best CB's. Owens made some rookie mistakes but he could very well be the LCB starter next year. and Grimes was playing very well, especially once he moved to RCB. It also makes a case to keep Chris Houston as a reserve CB for solid depth and to have Jackson get more playing time (6.54 YPA is awesome). It also means we should let Williams walk and cut Hill... going into the draft with Grimes at RCB, Owens at LCB, Houston and Jackson at the dime and the nickel would be a good scenario.
Last edited by scar988 : 01-12-2010 at 07:00 PM.