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    Prince Amukamara's 2012 Season

    There have been some posts regarding his play this year so I got his advanced CB stats from PFF and decided to share them.



    He has been pretty lights out... 1 TD all season and his highest yards given up were 73 which was mostly the result of a 62 yard play.

    Anyway...thoughts?

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    Prince is solid. And, honestly, Hosley is starting to pan out as well. The fact that Webby was targeted over Hosley speaks volumes. I think we're set at starting CB for a while, though I wouldn't mind some extra depth in the draft... Webster has to go though.

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    We're going to need him in the upcoming seasons to be at least that good.
    We need our coaches to assign playing time based on something other than player salary.

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    He hasn't played enough to call him solid.

    He's also had Safety help over the top when he's been in.

    And PFF is a suck site.

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    Prince is talented, but i'm pretty sure he's spent just as much time injured as playing thus far.

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    Problem is when we took him we thought we had one solid corner and he would be the other. Now we're right back there again.
    "...gently down the loser stream!!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kruunch View Post
    He hasn't played enough to call him solid.

    He's also had Safety help over the top when he's been in.

    And PFF is a suck site.
    I was willing to entertain your thoughts until I reached the third line...

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    The Bengals game was his worst game of the year which he allowed his only TD the most receptions he's given up all year with 6. Other than game he's never given up more than 4 rec's or another TD.

    Statistically I think it's phenomenal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kruunch View Post
    He hasn't played enough to call him solid.

    He's also had Safety help over the top when he's been in.

    And PFF is a suck site.
    Show me where you can get more in-depth stats and maybe I'll agree with you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by titwio View Post
    The Bengals game was his worst game of the year which he allowed his only TD the most receptions he's given up all year with 6. Other than game he's never given up more than 4 rec's or another TD.

    Statistically I think it's phenomenal.
    Can't say that in a vacuum. How many passes defensed? Percentage of targets to passes defensed to receptions made. Did he have Safety help over the top, did he play man, zone, man-press, yada yada yada.

    One of the reasons CWeb was picked on so much this year was that he was locked up in single coverage most of the time (which most offenses will throw to regardless of who you are).
    Last edited by Kruunch; 12-24-2012 at 12:08 PM.

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