Captain Insano shows no mercy
Chris Clemons one of the best safeties, accoriding to PFF
Top of the Crop
While there’s a ringing endorsement coming up for some of the guys we felt should have been First team All-Pro, it was the Dolphins Chris Clemons
who actually had the lowest percentage of plays into his coverage converted. His 0.96% was impressive and bodes well for his chances of getting paid in free agency.
It was so good that Eric Weddle
could finish only second, while the Steelers’ Ryan Clark
proved how reliable he is with a score of 1.21% in third. The interesting thing, especially for viewers of the AFC East, is that they play home to two duos both in the Top 10. There’s a tendency for these stats to favor those guys who play as deep safeties, but Reshad Jones
in sixth spot, and George Wilson
in 10th (with Jairus Byrd
in fifth) show that if you’re good enough you’ll make the list.