Originally Posted by 76Texan
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.
ok those stats can easily be viewed in many different ways. First off We were rarely punked by any running plays cause ALL TEAMS DID WAS PASS ON US.
Ok and u say a more lagitimate int ??? Have u watched the INT, it was a way bad throw right into Jacksons arms, its not like he earned it by good coverage. You want to talk about legitimate ints, then compare all of J. Allens and K.J ints since they have been with the texans, Then K.J would look really bad.