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Article: Josh Norman Delivering

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Loved how he kept his forearm on RG3's neck while he was on the ground during that one goal line play. We've had a bunch of softies on this D for too long.

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I really like Alexander, Keek, Norman, Amini. Nortman was doing decent but has sucked bunghole lately

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He plays so far off of course hes gonna make a ton of tackles, the WR he is "covering" are wide open.

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he's not really good, he distracts fans from his crappy coverage by ****talking and getting in peoples faces after plays but the end theres a reason hes getting thrown to so much. its not a good thing to see him so much on TV gamedays it means hes sucking

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opposing qb ratings when throwing to the defensivebacks in that article...

jenkins - 110.5

gilmore - 107.5

barron - 98.1

norman - 88.6

smith - 70.6

hayward - 36.9

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he's not really good, he distracts fans from his crappy coverage by ****talking and getting in peoples faces after plays but the end theres a reason hes getting thrown to so much. its not a good thing to see him so much on TV gamedays it means hes sucking

Bless your heart.

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the QBs who tried to pick on him didn't fare well at all..

matt ryan targeted him 11x for a 60.4 rating.

jay cutler targeted him 11x for a 56.6 rating.

eli manning didn't do too bad. targeting him 8x for an 88.0 rating.

rg3 tested him 7x times for a 63.4 rating.

everyone else who targeted him 6x or less cleared 100+ rating.

bottom line, opposing QBs had better not get him warmed up.

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