I think he should play full-time CB in place of McCourty, not just in subs. He's earned that right at this point, and has shown us all something throughout the season, really since his first start on MNF. He has quick hands, good coverage skills, gives a damn near perfect amount of cushion, and most importantly---he looks back for the ball and tries to make a play. On top of all that, he may actually even tackle better than McCourty, at least the 2011 version of McCourty anyway. While most will not agree (at all), I think he has the potential to be the most all around complete CB on the team. Arrington is okay, but his stats are very inflated due to many tipped balls. I think Arrington is certainly very talented, but just not as good as many think. Sterling Moore has made many big time plays in the past few games, and the obvious one today (actually two in a row) may have saved the season. What is the consensus of the fellow Patsfans posters? Moore as a full-time CB in place of McCourty, or no? I feel much better in the nickle package with Moore, Arrington, and Edelman at CB, and McCourty and Chung at safety. Also interested in other thoughts about the secondary, and how we can hopefully keep the NYG's top 3 WR's to more of a minimum, along with Ballard.