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Old 10-15-2011   #331
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Default Re: Rookie CB a quick comparison - KJ vs Patrick Peterson and others

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Originally Posted by b0ng View Post
All the analysis in the world will not make Kareem Jackson into a good CB, or even a serviceable one at this point.

Any team that we play will focus heavily on the #2 CB on our team and that's just how it's going to go until the Texans defense and the #2 CB can prove that it's not a sound decision to do so.
The analysis showed that Jackson played better than Patrick Peterson through their respective first five games as a pro.

Both gave up 3 passing TDs.
Peterson was punked on 2 rushing TDs, Jackson none.

Both had one INT, but Jackson's INT against the Giants was "more legitimate" than Peterson's against the Seahawks.

Jackson had 5 PDs while Peterson only had 3.

Jackson made more plays on 3rd down conversions than Peterson due to his tackling prowess (this one I will have to dig, but I'm 100% positive.)

And Peterson was regarded as the best CB prospect in a long long time.
Jackson wasn't even the first CB drafted in his class.
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