Kyle Arrington Shut Down Corner!

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    New England Patriots corner Kyle Arrington had a rough 2012 season. He rotated from starting corner to the bench to nickel corner and back to the bench again.

    Some teams might look at the free agent and think that he is worthy of a top contract due to playing under Bill Belichick and having all that playoff experience under his belt.

    But upon closer inspection, we see a player who wound up with a negative grade in 2012 from Pro Football Focus in pass coverage, run support and overall grade. He ranked 76th out of 100 corners, which places him in the bottom quartile of the league.

    If a team winds up paying Arrington a big contract and assumes it will get a top corner, it will be in for some sticker shock.

     
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    Kyle Arrington didn't have a great 2012 season.

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    New England Patriots corner Kyle Arrington had a rough 2012 season. He rotated from starting corner to the bench to nickel corner and back to the bench again.

    Some teams might look at the free agent and think that he is worthy of a top contract due to playing under Bill Belichick and having all that playoff experience under his belt.

    But upon closer inspection, we see a player who wound up with a negative grade in 2012 from Pro Football Focus in pass coverage, run support and overall grade. He ranked 76th out of 100 corners, which places him in the bottom quartile of the league.

    If a team winds up paying Arrington a big contract and assumes it will get a top corner, it will be in for some sticker shock.

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    Yeah, and that team was the Pats.

     
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    Arrington sucks, but Welker is a snake. You both lose.

     
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    I expect more from my 20 mil per year QB, you betcha. You frigging betcha.

     

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    I expect more from the highest paid coach in the NFL than this sting of high round draft busts he has chosen dum bass.

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    When you  have UDFAs or FA players playing well, any 2nd rd pick that isn't a superstar, really doesn't have the negative effect you claim it does.

    Every team has a string of bad picks, idiot. Your premise sucks and always has.

    I expect more from the QB who got WORSE with more talent around him when that was HIS preference in offense and scheme.

    "I prefer the shotgun." - Tom Brady. (2010) - Confirmed quote via Caraway on this board.

     

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    Arrington is a better than average to good nickel but gets exposed when then move him to the outside. Dennard and Talib need to be healthy to truely get the most out of Arrington.

     
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    Re: Kyle Arrington Shut Down Corner!

    In response to Uncle Rico's comment:
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    New England Patriots corner Kyle Arrington had a rough 2012 season. He rotated from starting corner to the bench to nickel corner and back to the bench again.

    Some teams might look at the free agent and think that he is worthy of a top contract due to playing under Bill Belichick and having all that playoff experience under his belt.

    But upon closer inspection, we see a player who wound up with a negative grade in 2012 from Pro Football Focus in pass coverage, run support and overall grade. He ranked 76th out of 100 corners, which places him in the bottom quartile of the league.

    If a team winds up paying Arrington a big contract and assumes it will get a top corner, it will be in for some sticker shock.

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    So another words he was the 3rd corner and played 2nd corner when someone got injured.  3rd corner is a starter.

     
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