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    It will be interesting to see if he does any better than McCourty again Moss and Tate. From what I have heard McCourty does OK against Moss; OK but not great (but who does besides Revis?).

    Because of their draft positions McCourty Robinson and Kyle Wilson will always be compared. So far it would appear that the Patriots did pretty well but we will not know until the games start.
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    This was great for a laugh, but I don't exactly get how it makes any sense whatsoever in this context...:confused:
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    Pretty much suggesting its a pointless thread. Which it is.
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    You should really include Kareem Jackson in there as well.

    Those 4 will always be linked.

    The way I saw it Pre-Draft was that Robinson was the most talented but was hugely inconsistent, Jackson the readiest to step in but had a low ceiling, Wilson was talented but had questions, whilst McCourty was Revis-esque - a brilliant special teams player with an unknown amount of talent who hadn't been hugely productive in College.
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    It depends on how you judge productivity from a CB.

    McCourty did not get his hands on the ball much in college, but he was an instinctive player who kept on his guy and completed his tackles.

    Dre Bly has twice the career interception total as Antoine Winfield. Which would you say has been the more productive CB?
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