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Josh Norman vs rookie corners taken before him

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Morris Claiborne CB LSU 1 6(6) Dallas Stephon Gilmore CB South Carolina 1 10(10) Buffalo Dre Kirkpatrick CB Alabama 1 17(17) Cincinnati Janoris Jenkins CB North Alabama 2 7(39) St. Louis Casey Hayward CB Vanderbilt 2 30(62) Green Bay Trumaine Johnson CB Montana 3 2(65) St. Louis Josh Robinson CB UCF 3 3(66) Minnesota Jamell Fleming CB Oklahoma 3 17(80) Arizona Dwight Bentley CB Louisiana-Lafayette 3 22(85) Detroit Jayron Hosley CB Virginia Tech 3 31(94) NY Giants Omar Bolden CB Arizona State 4 6(101) Denver Coty Sensabaugh CB Clemson 4 20(115) Tennessee Brandon Boykin CB Georgia 4 28(123) Philadelphia Ron Brooks CB LSU 4 29(124) Buffalo Josh Norman CB Coastal Carolina 5 8(143) Carolina

^^^ (from espn) http://insider.espn.go.com/nfl/draft/positions/_/id/92/year/2012/quarterbacks

Clairborne snaps:118,Targets:6,receptions:5,yards allowed:58, yac:9,pd:1, tackles:6 TD'S:0 INT's:0

Gilmore snaps:135,Targets:17,receptions:9,yards allowed:168, yac:45,pd:0,tackles:10 TD'S:1 INT's:0

Kirkpatrick:Injured and not expected back til october

Jenkins snaps:129,Targets:15,receptions:10,yards allowed:175, yac:75,pd:1,tackles:11,TD'S:1 INT's:1

Hayward snaps 27,Targets:3,receptions:2,yards allowed:21, yac:4,pd:0,tackles:2 TD'S:0 INT's:0

all of Haywards came in dime D against Bears

Johsnon snaps:11,Targets:0,receptions:,yards allowed:, yac:,pd:,tackles:1,TD'S: INT's:

Robinson snaps:76,Targets:5,receptions:5,yards allowed:49, yac:6,pd:0,tackles:7 TD'S:0,INT's:0

Fleming snaps:96,Targets:10,receptions:8,yards allowed:57, yac:49,pd:1,tackles:4,TD'S:0 INT's:0

Bentley snaps:39,Targets:2,receptions:1,yards allowed:7, yac:1,pd:0,tackles:1 TD'S:0 INT's:0

Hosley snaps:77,Targets:3,receptions:2,yards allowed:13, yac:5,pd:0,tackles:3 TD'S:0 INT's:0

Bolden snaps:0..you don't say, John Fox not giving a rookie a chance huh?

Sensenbaugh snaps:,Targets:1,receptions:1,yards allowed:5, yac:3,pd:0,tackles:1 TD'S:0 INT's:0

Boykin snaps:77,Targets:9,receptions:2,yards allowed:33, yac:20,pd:3,tackles 1,TD'S: 0INT's:0

Brooks snaps I.R. for foot surgery

Josh Norman snaps:126,Targets:9,receptions:8,yards allowed:102, yac:21,pd:0,tackles:9 TD'S: 0 INT's:0

So only Jenkins and Gimore have played more snaps both have given up a TD and both have given up at least 66 more yards and 24-54 more after the catch.

He has played a few more snaps than Clairborne and targeted just a tad more but he's only allowing 1 more yard per catch and essentially the same percentage of catches vs targets.Plus Clairbone has had the benefit of going against a rookie QB.

I'm sure he'll see a bit of mr. cruz tonight and frankly I am not too concerned.

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Good thread. SBVG Approves. fug fug too.

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panthers4life will have me cancel my pff subscription before seasons end! Nice work again my friend. Appreciate the time you put in compiling stats within the interest of the team.

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Great thread!!!! I should forward this to that stupid Madden ratings guru guy. lol

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i like this a lot but lets wait til we are at least half a season in before we nominate him to the probowl

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Great thread!!!! I should forward this to that stupid Madden ratings guru guy. lol

Norman is actually pretty good in Madden(you do have to use a lot more user control tho). His catch rating is better than Armanti Edwards! I've made some unbelievable picks with him.

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Fleming & Hosley are having strong years...so far

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Norman is actually pretty good in Madden(you do have to use a lot more user control tho). His catch rating is better than Armanti Edwards! I've made some unbelievable picks with him.

Yes definitely, i start him on my team. But if he is playing on the level of claiborne and jenkins i would like for his rating to be up there too. You gotta stay on those madden guys bout the ratings they igonore the small market teams a lot

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panthers4life will have me cancel my pff subscription before seasons end! Nice work again my friend. Appreciate the time you put in compiling stats within the interest of the team.

I post a fraction of the wealth of stats they have over there. Everyone should jump on it. Just like to share lil tidbits here and there with our fellow fans.

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