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    Just announced on ESPN during the lsu game. Cromartie traded to the Jets for a 3rd round pick.

    The Chargers traded CB Antonio Cromartie to the Jets for a conditional draft pick Thursday night, according to a league source.

    The pick will be at lowest a third-round selection in 2011. It also could be a second-round pick in 2011 depending on Cromartie’s performance.

    Edit: Posted Article
    Last edited by 01d 0rd3r; -03-04-2010, 08:15 PM.

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    The Jets secondary is going to be rediculously good.
    Aim high Willis, Aim High!

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      Originally posted by rammiser View Post
      The Jets secondary is going to be rediculously good.
      I agree, this give the jets IMO two of the three best cover corners in the game.

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        Man I wouldn't mind the Rams shopping some 2011 picks around.

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          Originally posted by 01d 0rd3r View Post
          I agree, this give the jets IMO two of the three best cover corners in the game.
          Cromartie top 3 cover corner? alright. Getting lots of interceptions in 1 season doesn't make you a cover corner.

          This is good for the Jets though and it definitely gives them the best corner tandem in the NFL. Cromartie could definitely have 10+ picks again with this defense and being opposite Revis who is a top 2 corner.

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            Originally posted by jmk321 View Post
            Getting lots of interceptions in 1 season doesn't make you a cover corner.
            41 pass's defended in 3 years does.

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              Wow that secondary is scary now. I heard they cut Shephard as well. Is there a fit for him in STL? Insider says he could be expensive, do we give him a go?

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                Originally posted by 01d 0rd3r View Post
                41 pass's defended in 3 years does.
                Top 3 cornerbacks don't get dealt for only a 3rd round pick no matter what kind of off the field problems they have.

                In 2008 QB's had a 94.1 passer rating and a 68.2 completion percentage on passes when they targeted Cromartie. He also gave up 704 yards on 60 reception to the receivers he was covering. Those are not the numbers of a top 3 cornerback, they are actually the numbers of one of the worst cornerbacks in the league. He had 1 great season but since then he has been anything but great.

                I think Cromartie will bounce back in New York though. He won't have to cover the other team's number 1 receiver because of Darrell Revis and the Jets will always get good pressure on the QB which will help him a lot. He could end up getting more interceptions than he had in 2007 with this Jets defense because of the talent around him and his ball hawking skills.

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