Is there someone out there, preferably who access to game film (like PatsPsycho) who can shed some light on why McCourty was so bad last year? I've heard from analysts that McCourty cannot play in man coverage. But that seems pretty simplistic. Are you telling me that his spectacular rookie season involved almost exclusive zone coverage? I've also heard that McCourty has had more responsibility this year, but that also seems to miss the mark. Beginning in around game 10 in 2010, he began to shadow the other team's best receiver and was emerging as a Darelle Revis type of player who teams were afraid to throw on. So, what is the deal with McCourty? Again, I find it hard to believe that this is entirely scheme related and that he could be so terrible in man coverage. I am guessing that, if this were the case, BB would be able to utilize his talents with whatever scheme was necessary. The explanations provided thus far do not cover the enormous gap between his play last year and this year. I expected a sophomore slump, but I didn't expect a guy to go from one of the best corners in the NFL to one of the worst. If anyone has had a chance to study McCourty, would you say it is a confidence issue (hesitation)? Potential injury (loss of quickness)? Do you think he is going to flame out in the NFL, or is there still some potential left for this guy as a CB? Thanks.