ARRINGTON > NNAMDI?

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    Re: ARRINGTON > NNAMDI?

    In response to BostonProSportsLover's comment:

    how else can he command 4year 16m for an average of 4m and nnamdi can  barely clear 3m tops (even with all his incentives). this is almost humiliating. i just dont think this once-revis peer has fallen this far. he's still a class act, just think it was a bad scheme. yep he cant tackle but bb just said on twitter thathe would have taken deion over rice in their primes. cant see how taking nnnamdi would have been a bad thing for us. we need some legit star power to walk thru those secondary doors! this guy will return to his all-pro form and command top $ next year. arrington will continue as the jabroni ham and egger he's always been!




    definitely

    if Nmadi is playing using only leg

     
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    Yes. Nnamde had the worst performance based value in the LG last year. He gave up 66% of his targets and 5 tds ....burnt toast. Only 2 or 3 QB's complete over 66% of their passes on a year to year basis.

     

    Performance Based Value: CornerbacksJohn Maney | 2013/03/09

    In this series of pieces, Pro Football Focus is hammering into the value of players. To us it’s a “Performance Based Value” number, telling you what players were worth (by our grading) in 2012. You can read about the work we’ve done to create it here, but in short:

    • It’s solely about what a player did on the field in 2012
    • Players are grouped by positions so their play essentially earns them a portion of the positional salary pool
    • It’s all about cap hits (these values are approximate)

    Let’s take a look at the league’s most overvalued CBs.

    1. Darrelle Revis, New York Jets

    2012 Cap Hit: $11.5m
    2012 Performance Based Value: $950k
    Value Differential: -$10.6m

    Perhaps it’s not entirely fair to include Revis on this list, as he lasted just 93 snaps into the season and compiled an outstanding +5.9 grade in his limited action before going down with an ACL tear. Nevertheless, a season-ending injury didn’t prevent a cap hit of over $11 million, and regardless of how good Revis has been, the Jets just didn’t get anywhere close to the value that they paid for in 2012.

    2. Brent Grimes, Atlanta Falcons

    2012 Cap Hit: $10.3m
    2012 Performance Based Value: $40k
    Value Differential: -$10.2m

    With a stellar 2011 season in which he received an overall grade of +17.2, Grimes earned the franchise tag and, unfortunately for Atlanta, the massive cap hit that came along with it. It would’ve been difficult to play up to that kind of value at all and only three CBs did so in 2012. So it’s not a surprise that Grimes fell far short of that mark after he went down with an Achilles after playing just 52 snaps.

    3. Nnamdi Asomugha, Philadelphia Eagles

    2012 Cap Hit: $11.0m
    2012 Performance Based Value: $1.1m
    Value Differential: -$9.9m

    Despite a solid year in run defense, Asomugha was doomed by surrendering five touchdowns and allowing more than 66 percent of passes to be completed for a 15.9 yard average. The former Raider consistently failed to live up to his reputation and enormous salary in his second year with the Eagles.

     
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    Re: ARRINGTON > NNAMDI?

    Hard to believe this guy was one of the best in the game just a few years ago.

     
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    Re: ARRINGTON > NNAMDI?

    Top 100 Cornerbacks
    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1444334-br-nfl-1000-2013-top-100-cornerbacks

    47. Asante Samuel, Atlanta Falcons
    46. Nnamdi Asomugha, San Francisco 49ers
    41. Aqib Talib
    38. Alfonzo Dennard
    37. Kyle Arrington

     
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    Re: ARRINGTON > NNAMDI?

    In response to digger0862's comment:

    Top 100 Cornerbacks
    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1444334-br-nfl-1000-2013-top-100-cornerbacks

    47. Asante Samuel, Atlanta Falcons
    46. Nnamdi Asomugha, San Francisco 49ers
    41. Aqib Talib
    38. Alfonzo Dennard
    37. Kyle Arrington




    Boom.

     
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    Re: ARRINGTON > NNAMDI?

    Wilson, goodlick on the outside. Lol

     
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