From http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/page2/story?page=bayless/060109 "But a rising star continued to leap out of your TV screen in the Patriots' injury-ravaged secondary. Cornerback Asante Samuel doesn't have Ty Law's hands, but he's starting to shut down the opposition's best threat the way Law used to for New England, and he certainly packs more of a tackling wallop than Law." If Skip Worthless had even seen the Patriots play at all, he'd know it was Ellis Hobbs who was the cornerback that was shutting down receivers, and Asante was being picked on all year long. That, and he's nowhere near the hitter Law was. Law was a few inches taller and weighs about 15 lbs. more, and is stronger. Asante sure doesn't have the hands Law does, he can't catch anything. It was a wonder he held onto that ball to run it back. He praises Samuel's bait and switch like it was all him, and not designed into the play.