Sensabaugh vs. Wreh-Wilson

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  1. 2ToneBlueBlood

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    So who wins the 2nd cornerback job? Does it even matter since both Sensabaugh and Wreh-Wilson will likely both be on the field in the nickel package? Who do you want to win the job?
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  2. JCBRAVE

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    IMO Sensabaugh is a bit on the light side to be an every down CB. Wreh-Wilson reminds me of Verner 3 years ago but bigger, so Im hoping he wins the job outright.
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    I am glad though that Wreh-Wilson ditched that #29 jersey for #25, that thing is cursed.
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  4. The Hammer

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    Are we writing off Tommie Campbell already? lol
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    He's coming off IR and has been making bone headed plays for years. Id love to see him make something of his career, but it seems to be slipping away.
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  6. Psychop1

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    Coty is more physical, from I've seen. Finnegan already proved that size isn't everything.
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    Coty is more physical than Blidi? No way not IMO anyways.

    Wreh-wilson has played too few snaps to really know what he is or isn't, but we've seen a bunch of Coty and to me he gets pushed around a good amount. he does have recovery speed to make up for it, but it would be nice not to have that issue to start. Wreh-wilson might be a great CB. He's got the size Verner lacked, but some of the same qualities that made Verner a ball hawk.

    Im pulling for Wreh-Wilson, has the tools to be an all around great CB.
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    If not for Grey, he'd have been written off long ago...
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  9. TitansWillWin2

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    Coty is not that good at all. While he played better last season then he did the season before, he still is a number 3 corner at best. BWW has a chance, like you said, to be good. I don't really have an opinion on the guy yet because I haven't really had a chance to watch him play.
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    BW-W man's the outside IMO and Coty stays solid in the slot. I like the way Coty plays. Not superstar ability, but he gets the job done. The coaches have been raving about Blidi since we drafted him, there was just no room last year. I think he plays very solid this year.
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