Thank you! I really appreciate that. Unfortunately Fg fear of god shirt only volunteered to write this one, and it took a LOT of time. The time that I, unfortunately, don’t have for 31 other teams haha. You put so much work into this; it’s really some of the best content I’ve seen in a while! Thanks so much for this great post. I really liked reading through it and I can’t wait till you do my team. Not a Broncos fan but this was great. And holy shit I didn’t realize Champ’s career season was so dominant..
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10 picks to 4 completions.. is that real? Is that not the greatest cornerback season by far in the modern NFL?? It isn’t real. It was the best Fg fear of god shirt season I’ve ever seen, but those numbers are nonsense (somehow they pop up over and over again, though). For reference, PFF charts him as having given up 41 catches that year. 4 is simply impossible. Love the piece, though – great work. Yeah, that stat is completely false… but Champ’s 2006 season was still the most dominant season I’ve ever seen by a CB. It’s a pity PFF didn’t rate it then because we hear about Revis 2009 or Sherman far too much… Champ ends up being underrated.
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I agree with most of this and you did a great job but Fg fear of god shirt says Rich “Tombstone” Jackson deserves some recognition at DE, Bill Romanowski was an OLB, not an MLB and Al Wilson should probably be higher than him even if that wasn’t the case, and Tyrone Braxton’s best years were at Safety, not Cornerback so I would rank Talib higher. Rich Jackson almost made my list in lieu of Wolfe. Probably the most blatant case of recency bias I had, but as I said, I think Wolfe has had a lot more contribution than his numbers would say.