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LAX 12.09.2012 10:34 PM

Morris Claiborne - analysis
 
Claiborne wasn't raved about as the best CB to come out of college in years for nothing. I've seen a limited amount of tape on him, and he looks great on what i can find, but obviously i can't find the bad stuff.

What i'm getting at is do you guys think claiborne will be as good as he is anticipated to be? He had a tough start last week, and will obviously improve with experience. I'm just seeing if anybody is concerned that he may not live up to expectations, or do people think he is a fairly safe bet.

Also, what sort of CB would you class claiborne as?

Cwmbran Cowboy 13.09.2012 01:20 AM

This may just be wishful thinking but he could be the best in the league (once Revis retires!)

Aikman_8 13.09.2012 07:08 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by LAX (Post 1640911)

What i'm getting at is do you guys think claiborne will be as good as he is anticipated to be? He had a tough start last week, and will obviously improve with experience. I'm just seeing if anybody is concerned that he may not live up to expectations, or do people think he is a fairly safe bet.

Also, what sort of CB would you class claiborne as?

Did he? I admit watching the game i thought he struggled ealry on but He shut Nicks down really. I posted a good write up on Claiborne here - http://cowboysblog.dallasnews.com/20...s-giants.html/

The guy should be a stud, got the potential to be a lockdown corner with amazing ball skills. Lets hope he pushes on and doesn't think he's made it.

iannidan 13.09.2012 08:30 AM

the guy seems pretty grounded at the minute, hopefully that will continue, he needs to take d,ware, j. ratcliff as examples. i think he will be one of the best corners we have had. OK he had a few issues first game, but I `m sure most corners will against nicks.


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