It's been a few weeks since we last took a look at the Texans corner statistics, so I figured it was a good time for an update. They are sorted by the rankings column, which is a formula taking into account plays in coverage, yards, and receptions. It's not perfect, but it will do as a preliminary sort, and does correspond for the most part with who I think are the best cover corners. CS1 is yards surrendered per play in coverage. (Lower is better) CS2 is plays in coverage per reception allowed. (Higher is better) These rankings are only coverage stats, and don't include the player's value in run support, or as a playmaker (INTs, Fumbles, Defensive TDs). They are not adjusted for strength of competition. Green = above average for the 75 corners tracked Red = bellow average A handful of players have been discarded from this table for limited sample size, though their play would put them in the top 32. Darius Butler (NE) is the highest rated player I've tracked, with a ranking score of 106.58, but that is largely influenced by his limited number of snaps, and the WRs he's covered as the nickle/dime corner. *Snaps, plays in coverage, yards, Thrown at and Receptions courtesy of Profootballfocus.com Glover Quin is 41st. With Reeves at 16 and Robinson at 24 the Texans have a top 10 cover corner tandem, even if they're not exactly exciting playmakers. Robinson would actually be ranked a lot higher if the receptions he allowed were not 13 yards down the field. Help over the top, and a better passrush would help that.