Anyone notice how teams are easily completing the stops and hitch routes along the sideline? It's not always those routes, but often it is. It was even more apparent in the Colts game due to their superior quarterback and timing. The main reason for this IMO is that when we are running man coverage, our corners give a lot of room in order to not get beat deep. I don't know if they are coached this way because we don't have strong corners or they just do it to avoid embarrassment. Dunta actually seems to be the most vulnerable starting corner we have in coverage. He has honestly been terrible. He's either letting the receiver catch the ball cleanly in front of him, or he is mugging the receiver and getting a penalty. He actually did make a good play on that hitch route in the 4th quarter, but if they keep running the same route you have to eventually make a play on it. The Colts worked Clark inside on quick passes and almost all of their longer developing plays seemed to be 10-15 yard deep along the sideline. Sometimes you have to give a little to avoid teams giving alot, but giving 10-15 yard pass plays along the sideline will kill you. Is their anything we can do about this or is it something we'll have to live with until we make some personnel changes at the corner and safety positions?