While I will agree with you when you say Apple is average or OK, I would say he is different than Bradberry. Bradberry at his worst was solid, at his best he was very good. He never made alot of plays on the ball or he would be in the All-Pro conversation. There is a reason that Bradberry was one of the first corners sign for 15 million a year and Apple is still available at the end of May. You can get by with Apple just don't think that you will get the same kind of play as what Bradberry gave us last year.