Jordan. All day.
What's your Passion?
Jordan... for sure...
have to put pressure on the QB....
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The cynic knows the price of everything, but the value of nothing
Johnathan Banks, but make sure you get Margus Hunt later.
Banks, but it's close. His stock is dropping, with the awful November he had and a terrible outing vs Bama in Oct. But he did play through a knee injury during that time, so he gets a little credit. Before that he had a terrific game against Tenn and their stellar WRs.
We need another good corner so badly, I find it hard to look past Banks if I have to choose between the two. But we are also a very one-paced team and Jordan is rapier quick. I love how amazingly well conditioned Kelly's Oregon are. Every player you get out of there will have been institutionalised into being the best conditioned freak they can be.
Take Banks to the bank as a starter. Jordan is more of an investment. Bound to start as at least a situational player, but difficult to project what you'll ultimately end up with. could be an All Pro, could be a jack of all trades and master of none. Miami doesn't gamble enough, but in this case I would go with Banks.
Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try Again. Fail again. Fail better. - S. Beckett
Jordan. We need to create more pressure which will lead to more turnovers and better cornerback play. In today's NFL, cornerbacks are at such a disadvantage and they cannot touch the WR's. If we want improved CB play, we need to rush the decisions that the QB's are making by applying more pressure. Just my two cents.