Devin McCourty has strung together the best 4 game streak I can remember for any corner that we have had in recent memory. Add to the fact the other solid 8 weeks of play and you have yourself a terrific rookie season so far. I am not trying to appoint Devin as the new Woodson or Revis but what I am saying is that he has far exceeded expectations for this season and has the potential to be a star. Enter Jason McCourty, who has not had half the production or impact as his star twin brother. He started just three games his rookie year (including the 59-0 Patriots blowout) because of injuries in the Titans secondary. Again due to injury he was a starter for the Titans to begin the season but he himself was injured in Week 3. And has done diddly poo since then... Career stats for Jason McCourty: 59 tackles, 0 sacks, 5 deflection, 2 interceptions One of my doubts about the Devin McCourty pick was purely talent-based. How talented can this kid really be when his twin brother, who is basically genetically identical, was taken in the 6th round (203rd overall) just a year before? The McCourty twins were by all accounts inseparable through childhood and starred together for most of high school. Senior year Jason somehow garners more attention (I think Devin got injured) and is recruited to Rutgers. Devin has to red-shirt which hypothetically means he was at some point not as good as Jason (or so they thought mwahahaha). So Jason comes out the draft a year before and is drafted way lower and is buried a not overly impressive Titans depth chart. So I ask you PatsFans: what the hell happened to Jason McCourty that he has not been able to make nearly as much of an impact as Devin? Did that year really make all the difference? The coaching here in New England that much better than in Tennesse? And I know what youre thinking, their careers have just begun... But other than extreme anomalies who really believes that when it is said and done Jason will have a better career that Devin?