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    Who the he** has been teaching the DB to cover wideouts. And why does he still have a job? In the past 2 games if the stupid DB were to turn their heads around they would have gotten easy interceptions. This is getting flat out crazy stupid. Maybe we were a little harsh against tye hill as it seems right now none of or corners are playing up to expectations

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    Re: Just One Question To Ask

    i have been very surprised about this as well, our corners never seem to be facing the ball, always looking at the man. Its like they want to have pass interferance called against them. They are trying to judge when the ball is coming based on the WRs movements, but thats not really possible.
    @EssexRam_

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      We are the only team in the NFL this season on which a CORNERBACK DOES NOT HAVE AN INT ....

      This is more the scheme than anything in my opinion. Our corners are playing VERY passively ...

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        Re: Just One Question To Ask

        Ya I've seemed to notice that too. In the bears game, Butler had his head completely turned on that deep pass to Hester early on in the first. He could have had an easy INT. And Bartell really has not been playing all that well this year. He has gotten beat multiple times and has had many pass interferences called on him. We most definatly need a new DB coach ASAP.

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