Last night before heading to bed I was thinking about a couple of comments and discussions I've been reading around the forums about how shutdown corners aren't as important anymore.. People use the fact that offenses use four and five wr sets to spread the ball around. This inturn negates what a shutdown corner can really do because of the different options the QB has. But this simply isn't true. In today's football there are only a few QB's that can check down and throw to an alternative receiver. Qb's always have their favorite target which they will force a ball into. A shutdown corner who blankets a top option for a QB even in a multiple set will give the pass rush more time to get to the QB and cause a greater chance of stopping that offense. I say this because TY LAW is out there and would LOVE to see him back in a PATS uniform. The days of him covering M.Harrison and causing Manning to look off and run for his life because the pass rush is in his face is something I miss.