No clue Who can knockdown a high pass? Culliver is very physical but unfortunately, he doesn't play for Seattle so he's called for P.I. I gotta go with Nnamdi though b/c of his height and veteran status (he'll get those calls that Culliver won't). Period. And both press very well but Nnamdi may be more technically sound at this stage.
Originally posted by Raul98:
The question i have is when Wright comes back in week 6 is he the number 4 corner ? or does he have a chance to fight for the 3 spot ? my dream scenario is Asomugha plays good enough to win a starting spot and then they bench Rodgers since i don't think they re sign him anyway. And make Nnamdi and Brown starters and Wright the 3rd corner.
I like that! And Cox can play outside as well and good depth with Rogers, Cooper, Brock, Morris, etc. Nice!
Yeah, but on that Nelson pass he was RIGHT there with him but just too tough to stop. The same thing basically happened to Brown in the 2nd half. You just have to tip your cap to Rodgers and Nelson on those back shoulder passes.
The TD to Nelson was a bit confusing though. Nnamdi reacted very slow as if he thought they were running a zone. I mean why would he just let Nelson get a free release there and let him run a slant in front of him? Either way, I thought he played physical at the LOS and had good coverage all game. The missed tackle is something he needs to correct for the next game though.
End of the day, the pass rush will decide just how good are secondary does. A inconsistent pass rush will make it hard on pretty much anyone.
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