One of the many debates about the Pats selecting McCourty was that they selected the wrong CB. Many felt the Pats should have selected Kyle Wilson over McCourty. So far it looks the Pats made the right decision. While McCourty has been mostly a solid starting CB (with some rookie mistakes), Kyle Wilson has been getting burnt consistently and looks to have dropped below Drew Coleman on the depth chart. From the NY Daily News: Mark Sanchez on the Jets hype: 'I don't want to take the cheese.' It's way too early to saying anything definitive on the two players, but McCourty has the edge right now. On a side note, other than a punt return for a TD, Dez Bryant hasn't been anything special and Aaron Hernandez (the Pats used one of the picks they got for trading down in the first round for him) has been as or more productive than Bryant thus far. Again, it is too early to make any definitive decisions, but the early returns are on the Pats' side no matter how much Felger wants to slam the Pats for trading down for value. In this case so far, trading down has netted boffo results.