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Old 08-27-2012   #161
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Other teams clearly target KJ in their gameplans, the guys he's covering consistently make big catches, and he rarely comes up with big plays like drive-killing PD's, ints, or tackles.

I have no doubt that he doesn't look as bad on tape as his rep would suggest. Unfortunately, his rep is that he's maybe the worst starting corner in the league so there's a lot of margin there. Sure, there's always sneaky good players that you don't always notice while watching the game live (Antonio Smith for example), but is that really the case here or are we just talking about a player who's "not that bad?"
What makes you think his rep is the worst starting corner in the league? I have never ever heard anyone say that (except from a few KJ haters on this board). You must not watch much football... there's ALOT of starting corners in the league that are worse.
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Other teams clearly target KJ in their gameplans, the guys he's covering consistently make big catches, and he rarely comes up with big plays like drive-killing PD's, ints, or tackles.

I have no doubt that he doesn't look as bad on tape as his rep would suggest. Unfortunately, his rep is that he's maybe the worst starting corner in the league so there's a lot of margin there. Sure, there's always sneaky good players that you don't always notice while watching the game live (Antonio Smith for example), but is that really the case here or are we just talking about a player who's "not that bad?"
Oh course there going to target him, J-Joseph is a top 3 CB. Wade seems to think that he's pretty good, so I don't know how he can be the worst CB in the league...
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What makes you think his rep is the worst starting corner in the league? I have never ever heard anyone say that (except from a few KJ haters on this board). You must not watch much football... there's ALOT of starting corners in the league that are worse.
No, I see much worse corners every week.

pfft.... Drayton Florence.. pssh....
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No, I see much worse corners every week.

pfft.... Drayton Florence.. pssh....
Hell, is our memory that short? We've had much worse corners starting for us. Faggins? Bennett? Kareem last year was like Revis compared to those 2.
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Only game I recall KJ having a bad day was .... the Aints. But Brees does that to a lotta guy's. He's just a special player.
Kj was much better last year, but he wasn't great against the ravens either time but both he and Joseph were better the second time when wade had Kareem covering the more physical Boldin and Joseph covering the more speedy wr's.

Also, when we played the falcons Kareem was pulled until Jason Allen got hurt on that last drive. I think at that point every pass or just about every pass went to Julio jones whom Kareem was covering, including the much talked about last pass into the endzone. The did Kareem cause the drop or not pass.

Also, Kareem wasn't a full time player last year. Not as many chances to do well or to mess up.

So far, Kareem has been an improved player. He looks different on the field. More confident.

But this year it looks like he'll be s full time starter and I think we'll be able to get an even more clear idea of what Kareem's ceiling might be.
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Other teams clearly target KJ in their gameplans, the guys he's covering consistently make big catches, and he rarely comes up with big plays like drive-killing PD's, ints, or tackles.

I have no doubt that he doesn't look as bad on tape as his rep would suggest. Unfortunately, his rep is that he's maybe the worst starting corner in the league so there's a lot of margin there. Sure, there's always sneaky good players that you don't always notice while watching the game live (Antonio Smith for example), but is that really the case here or are we just talking about a player who's "not that bad?"
I think other teams going after kj has more to do with him and manning being on the same side a bunch and Joseph and Quinn being on the other side.

I don't think he's the worst starting corner in the league though.

I think we need to give him more time. Last year was basically his rookie year IMO. This is year two.

Let's wait and see what he does this year.
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What makes you think his rep is the worst starting corner in the league? I have never ever heard anyone say that (except from a few KJ haters on this board). You must not watch much football... there's ALOT of starting corners in the league that are worse.
show me a texans preview for this year that DOESN'T mention KJ as a liability. i don't personally think he's the worst, but my point is that he's shown himself to be a mediocre player and i don't understand the apologists. people mention how wade likes him, okay so why did he specifically scheme last year to protect KJ, either by platooning him with Allen or by rolling coverage to his side of the field? coaches don't do that with good players.

maybe he takes a leap forward this year. that would be awesome, but color me cautious.
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Kj was much better last year, but he wasn't great against the ravens either time but both he and Joseph were better the second time when wade had Kareem covering the more physical Boldin and Joseph covering the more speedy wr's.

Also, when we played the falcons Kareem was pulled until Jason Allen got hurt on that last drive. I think at that point every pass or just about every pass went to Julio jones whom Kareem was covering, including the much talked about last pass into the endzone. The did Kareem cause the drop or not pass.

Also, Kareem wasn't a full time player last year. Not as many chances to do well or to mess up.

So far, Kareem has been an improved player. He looks different on the field. More confident.

But this year it looks like he'll be s full time starter and I think we'll be able to get an even more clear idea of what Kareem's ceiling might be.
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The clear thought of KJ's ceiling should be down right scary for Texans fans. Considering they play Brady/Rodgers/Stafford/Cutler/Flacco etc....

There aint no Campbell/Moore/McCoy/Tebows on the schedule this yr.
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show me a texans preview for this year that DOESN'T mention KJ as a liability. i don't personally think he's the worst, but my point is that he's shown himself to be a mediocre player and i don't understand the apologists. people mention how wade likes him, okay so why did he specifically scheme last year to protect KJ, either by platooning him with Allen or by rolling coverage to his side of the field? coaches don't do that with good players.

maybe he takes a leap forward this year. that would be awesome, but color me cautious.
Didn't you watch the Saints game?

Phil Simms mentioned that KJ is a much improved players.

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About scheming, you get it all backward.
KJ was left on an island more than Allen.
When both KJ was on the field, he was treated as an equal to JJo by the scheme.

In fact, JJo might have had a hair more help (as he was covering the number 1 receiver).
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The clear thought of KJ's ceiling should be down right scary for Texans fans. Considering they play Brady/Rodgers/Stafford/Cutler/Flacco etc....

There aint no Campbell/Moore/McCoy/Tebows on the schedule this yr.
Some of these guys will get their numbers.
I ain't worry about it.
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If anyone could please look at 14:08 in the 2nd qtr & tell me what you think.

We've got Anthony Armstrong (cut from Washingto) covered by Jjo... Looks like man coverage with safety help over the top. Tannehill throws the ball a little high, with maybe a little extra effort, Armstrong could have caught the ball.

A little more awareness, Manning could have intercepted the ball.

My big problem here, is that Armstrong is "wide open" It's 3rd & 13, why does Jjo bite on a short route & not play his man?

I know it's not KJack, but I didn't want to start a new thread just for this.
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Just me I guess but I think KJ did pretty well. I must qualify this saying I missed first quarter but he did not give up a TD when I was not watching. Depending on his next game play, I will probably removes corner from my 2013 mock and that would be a huge compliment for Jackson.
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I thought he did okay.

In the first half his good coverage forced an overthrow on a deep ball.

He also made a nice break on an out route, got both hands on the ball and nearly had a pick.

And of course he cleaned up JJ Watt's deflection for a pick.

But in the second half Heartline caught a deep ball past him because he once again failed to turn his head to locate the ball.

I think there was another instance where he did the same thing, failed to turn his head on a deep ball, but it fell incomplete.

Baby steps, I guess.
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I thought he did okay.

In the first half his good coverage forced an overthrow on a deep ball.

He also made a nice break on an out route, got both hands on the ball and nearly had a pick.

And of course he cleaned up JJ Watt's deflection for a pick.

But in the second half Heartline caught a deep ball past him because he once again failed to turn his head to locate the ball.

I think there was another instance where he did the same thing, failed to turn his head on a deep ball, but it fell incomplete.

Baby steps, I guess.
I had mentioned a situation like this already in a different thread.
(Moore's TD catch in the Saint PS game).

When the DB is in the trail position, he cannot afford to turn his head.
He will only lose separation from the receiver.
Look at some of AJ's catches.

I would have liked for KJ put on a jam on this play to get the receiver closer to the side line.
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I had mentioned a situation like this already in a different thread.
(Moore's TD catch in the Saint PS game).

When the DB is in the trail position, he cannot afford to turn his head.
He will only lose separation from the receiver.
Look at some of AJ's catches.

I would have liked for KJ put on a jam on this play to get the receiver closer to the side line.
Jamming has not been his strong suit but he did seem to play more confidently so maybe he is getting better and can become a bump & run CB
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I had mentioned a situation like this already in a different thread.
(Moore's TD catch in the Saint PS game).

When the DB is in the trail position, he cannot afford to turn his head.
He will only lose separation from the receiver.
Look at some of AJ's catches.

I would have liked for KJ put on a jam on this play to get the receiver closer to the side line.
Not true. I watched Chris Culliver do it vs the Packers a couple of times. I notice these things now because every time I see a CB do it, I think, wow, why can't our 1st round pick Kareeem do that?
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Not true. I watched Chris Culliver do it vs the Packers a couple of times. I notice these things now because every time I see a CB do it, I think, wow, why can't our 1st round pick Kareeem do that?
I'd be sure to check that game out.

On the other thread, I noted 4 different plays in the same game in which neither Manning, Quin, nor Bradie James turned their head around while in the same position.

I had the time of the plays as well as the down and distance for everybody to check.

When you trail only slightly and you have the receiver pinned to the side line, yeah, then it's a good idea to turn you head; otherwise, you're inviting trouble.
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KJ is a solid CB in the NFL. I would compare him to Marcus Colman.
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Not true. I watched Chris Culliver do it vs the Packers a couple of times. I notice these things now because every time I see a CB do it, I think, wow, why can't our 1st round pick Kareeem do that?
Going to disagree with you on a trailer turning his head. Culliver was my boy in pre-draft mocks but in most situations, I want my DB catching up not looking for ball. Doesn't matter where ball is if he is a couple steps behind.
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The footage that I noticed KJ on, I was pleasantly surprised. I thought that he was making pretty good breaks to the ball and was showing pretty strong recovery skills that have improved. Basing this off of one game of course, so don't take this as 100% correct. For all we know KJ will get burned by some rookie next week. But right now he played a pretty strong game in week one.
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