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Undervalued
1. William Beatty, Offensive Tackle
It took a David Diehl injury for Beatty to crack the starting lineup in 2012, and luckily for the Giants it was a move that ended up helping the team. He allowed just three combined sacks/hits, which was second fewest for tackles with at least 200 pass-block snaps. His +10.9 run block rating was third-best among left tackles, which made him a double threat at the position. The Giants did a great job locking up Beatty for the long term just two days ago.
2012 Cap Hit: $850k
2012 Performance Based Value: $8.0m
Value Differential: +$7.2m

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Overvalued
1. Corey Webster, Cornerback
In 2012, Webster was near the top of the leaderboard in some categories where you want to be at the bottom. His yards per catch allowed of 16.7 was fourth-most, and his eight touchdowns allowed was second for all cornerbacks. It doesnít help that he had previously restructured his contract which led to a larger cap hit in 2012 and 2013.
2012 Cap Hit: $9.3m
2012 Performance Based Value: $1.1m
Value Differential: -$8.3m


2. Antrel Rolle, Safety
Rolle is another Giants defensive back not earning his ridiculously high salary. He allowed a 72.7% catch rate, which was the fourth worst among safeties who were targeted at least 40 times. His 12 missed tackles donít help him either. Although he at times is an asset in the run game, that isnít nearly enough to make him worth $9 million.
2012 Cap Hit: $9.0m
2012 Performance Based Value: $1.1m
Value Differential: -$8.0m
ya'll see why so many people here want Antrel Rolle gone. He's atrocious in the pass game, and while decent in the run game.. it isn't enough to justify his ridiculously high salary. That money could be used to pay Kenny Phillips and Stevie Brown. Corey Webster, well we've all beaten that dead horse already.