Re: Is This The Same Darius Butler?
posted at 10/4/2010 3:46 PM EDT
In Response to Re: Is This The Same Darius Butler?
[QUOTE]Ummm, Randall Gay started for us in the SuperBowl. Asante Samuel was a pro bowler in year 4, but he has been good since coming here. the difference is his 1st 2 years he was a nickel CB and a good one, and not until 05 he became a starter outside, had his struggles but was making plays by the playoof game against Denver, and in 06' after catching from the jugs, he ad 10 pics and made his name. I watch too much for you to write this stuff Killa, and I know you better than that. You are saying that we shouldnt expect anything from a 2nd year 2nd rd pick and that Gay wasnt counted on??? So if thats the case, why did we waste a 2nd rd pick, if we didnt expect anything....B.B. benching him said all you need to hear, he wants to ligh a spark cuz he NEEDS HIM THIS YEAR!...and you are right, HE is an easy target. I kept this going, cuz I do believe he can get better, but he has to show me, until then, it is what it is....Stop contorting the truth of which most of us have witnessed. They hjave plugged everyone in this secondary from A.Hawkins to T.Brown, and all of them have looked better than him. Even Troy Brown was expected and did make plays. IF you wanna say Asante siutation was different, fine, but please stop playing Asante wasnt a player until year 4, he is the only player to have a return INT in each of his first 5 years, and has one in 3 playoff games...He had 4 INTS rookie year and took one to the house to end the game....He played very well in the slot before becoming a starter in 05 when he struggled, so as a starter he had one bad year...
Posted by patsfan76[/QUOTE]
Butler had two bad games, his first two as a starting CB in the NFL
He looked bad against Chad Ochocinco and Braylon Edwards,
Give me a couple more physical, taller, faster rec in the NFL? May be some but think my point is made.
His confidence might be down and he was pulled in order to regroup and get it back, thats not to unexpected.