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Old 03-19-2011, 08:46 AM   #16
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Re: Football Outsiders: Worst rated CBs in the NFL in 2010 (DeAngelo ranked #2)

Statistics don't prove a player's worth. Next you will tell me that statistics prove we were a bottom 10% in total D under J. Haslett! Oh,...............wait................
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Old 03-19-2011, 09:51 AM   #17
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Haha, why can't we just call a spade a spade? He's a huge liability in coverage. He gambles and it works at times. Two years ago it didn't last year it did.

Overrated cb and we all know the probowl is hype driven not talent.
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Old 03-19-2011, 09:58 AM   #18
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Re: Football Outsiders: Worst rated CBs in the NFL in 2010 (DeAngelo ranked #2)

I don't see how he is overrated if he single handedly won 2 games and people are still giving him crap for giving up to many completions.

I'd say he is being rated right where he needs to be because he is overrated by those who like em and underrated by those who hate em.

Hooskins, I bet if he played for UVA instead of VT you will be on the other side of the fence. Why cant us VA boys just get along?
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Old 03-19-2011, 10:05 AM   #19
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I'm a huge DHall fan, the guy makes plays. He beat Dallas and Chicago basically by himself
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I don't see how he is overrated if he single handedly won 2 games and people are still giving him crap for giving up to many completions.

So it's fine if he beat two teams by himself and shit all over himself the other 14 games. YEAH!!!

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**One week after Redskins Pro Bowl CB DeAngelo Hall said he wanted to be on the # 1 pass-catching option for the opposing team, regardless of field sides -- Hall and others, got lit up by young Sam Bradford who threw short, quick release timing passes. Several plays stick out in my mind, such as smoke screen in which Hall slipped in coverage on, and a big pass down to the Redskins-1 yard line that set up a score.
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**DeAngelo Hall continued his torrid interception pace by stepping in front of Calvin Johnson in the back corner of the end zone for his 5th pick in just over one game. Hall however was responsible for two of Calvin Johnson's three scores on the day. Hall was beaten on a stop route, and then was unable to tackle Johnson along with two other Redskin defenders before the end-zone for one score, and was also beaten on a slant score by Johnson after giving way too much cushion.
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Everyone remembers Peyton Manning playing under the Sunday Night Lights and carving up DeAngelo Hall and LaRon Landry on the first play from scrimmage (a 57 yard TD to Pierre Garcon)
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**DeAngelo Hall, has made a living out of getting burnt and creating plays at pretty much a 50/50 clip. Hall got burnt badly on a 92-yard TD and run by Mario Manningham. The Redskins blitzed on the 2nd-and-7 play, sending six rushers but getting no real pressure on Eli Manning. Hall mis-judged the ball and was torched by Manningham for a killer score to make it 17-7 Giants, a play that ultimately was the difference.

So the score is now 4-2 in favor of games lost over games won. So much for that being a valid reason as to why he's good.
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He didn't single handedly lose those games. We were loosing regardless of his performance.

Regardless, haters will be haters.

Even Revis got beat a few times this year. It happens to all CB's eventually.
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Old 03-19-2011, 10:20 AM   #21
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Re: Football Outsiders: Worst rated CBs in the NFL in 2010 (DeAngelo ranked #2)

@Angry, good point about what his responsibility was on each play.
@GT, you've noted in your game breakdowns that mid season or so the zone coverage improved, but much of the year there was a lot of cushion between the safeties & CBs. I think that speaks to Angry's point.

I guess I agree w/the analysis to a point, he does get beat a lot but also makes plays. I hope he continues to mature, maybe he can still be a complete player. He has the talent to play solid coverage. I often wonder if it's motivational. That chicago game, he made those picks cause he was in position, a couple in tight coverage. He has a history w/Cutler, so maybe he played w/a chip that day. Most games he does seem more interested in making the 1 big play at the expense of several smaller important plays.
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Old 03-19-2011, 10:41 AM   #22
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I just looked at the numbers from both charts again and I call "BS"!

The Success Rate was reversed between the Best and Worst groups. While D Halls Success rate was a staggering 39% on the worst list it would have reflected as a 61% on the good list. That would have put him tied for the 10 spot with Brandon Carr.

The Author is slanted!

I'm just kidding. It would be nice to see the list in it's entirety though instead of just segments of it.

The author explained how he was determining his success rate, but I would like to see the statistical data which led to those results.

One important piece of statistical information "number of targets to number of completions ratio" is missing. I think that it is far more important than his so called success rate. A corner does not necessarily determine which routes and how many yards deep a route is run against him, but he does impact whether or not the ball was caught.
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Old 03-19-2011, 11:34 AM   #23
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Re: Football Outsiders: Worst rated CBs in the NFL in 2010 (DeAngelo ranked #2)

One has to look at statiscal analysis and ask the questions (1) Does this make sense to me? and (2) Is this painting a whole picture?
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Haha, why can't we just call a spade a spade? He's a huge liability in coverage. He gambles and it works at times. Two years ago it didn't last year it did.

Because it doesn't suit the their agenda to make their favorite player into something he's not. But stats doesn't matter when he makes ESPN highlights.




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He didn't single handedly lose those games. We were loosing regardless of his performance.

Regardless, haters will be haters.

If he didn't single handily lose those games, then he didn't single handily win those games either.You can't have it both ways. and you were wrong about us losing regardless. We were losing b/c of plays like that. No one player can single handily win (or lose) any game in the NFL. You might make a case for when Wilt scores 100 points in a game or when Kobe drops 80+ against the Knicks, but not in the NFL.
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Old 03-19-2011, 12:29 PM   #25
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Something many of us have been saying for some time. Hall will make some plays. He will also get beat. People hate on Rogers constantly for dropping the ball, but his guy rarely gets catches.

Having a real FS can help cover up his weaknesses. I like that he gambles some, but wish he was smarter about it.
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Hall would be dominating if he played for a team Like Baltimore or GB, teams that actually stop the run.. You guys didn't hate on Champ and if I remember right he gave up some plays also. Is deangelo hall as good as Champ? Of course not but hall is a top 10 playmaking DB in the NFL every year.
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Because it doesn't suit the their agenda to make their favorite player into something he's not. But stats doesn't matter when he makes ESPN highlights.







If he didn't single handily lose those games, then he didn't single handily win those games either.You can't have it both ways. and you were wrong about us losing regardless. We were losing b/c of plays like that. No one player can single handily win (or lose) any game in the NFL. You might make a case for when Wilt scores 100 points in a game or when Kobe drops 80+ against the Knicks, but not in the NFL.
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One has to look at statiscal analysis and ask the questions (1) Does this make sense to me? and (2) Is this painting a whole picture?
He's statistically been rated as one of the worst CBs in the league since his time in Atlanta. People see the INTs and assume he's a good CB. He's not. IF Oakland is kicking you to the curb after 8 games, chances are that you are pretty bad. Hell, even JaMarcus Russell stayed around for 3 years.


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Right here! There are many factors that can destroy a great players ability to put up great stats. Playing on the Redskins is just one of them. I dont think I need to go down the list of ex Redskins that went on to have great careers elsewhere. Or Great players that the this org. has destroyed, right Haynesworth?

Give D Hall a better D-line and backfield and watch him hit top 10. (In every Category) Because he is top 10 in many.

Funny how most of the top 10 DB all play on top 10 teams. Interesting.

Are you kidding me? Just admit it and say "Hey, I like the guy a lot because he's flashy, but the truth is he's pretty bad at his position." He's been on of the worst rated CBs in the NFL since his days in Atlanta, and yet people like you still refuse to see him for what he is. Why? Because out of every 5 TDs allowed he gets 1 pick? (made up stat, but wouldn't be surprised)

To your other point, so now we have to upgrade everybody around him to make him look good? Funny, Nnamdi Asomugha didn't need a better team to be one of the best CBs in the league.
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^ Hall isn't NnAmdi though, only Champ and Revis are that good
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^ Hall isn't NnAmdi though, only Champ and Revis are that good


I know, but the sad thing is he's not even a "Carlos Rogers". He's much much worse.


We need Carlos and DeAngelo to run full speed and crash into each other. Maybe then we'll have one complete CB on the team.
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