New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis is considered by many to be the best cornerback in the National Football League.
Entering his third year in the league, is Cleveland Browns cornerback Joe Haden ready to join Revis on his level? Pro Football Focus thinks so.
The website looked at a group of cornerbacks - both veterans and youngsters - that they believe can rival Revis' spot as the game's best. Of Haden, they wrote:
Joe Haden is the youngest of the three and led the NFL last season in passes defensed with 17. He didn’t manage to intercept a pass, so there were corners with more total pass-breakups, but even so he held receivers under 50% completion percentage and played the run very well. Haden didn’t track receivers in the same way Revis does, but he has played both left and right corner as well as the slot, and has spent the majority of his time at left corner–the tougher position because most quarterbacks are right handed and thus favor that side. Haden has an elite break on the ball and can read a receiver’s body very well, anticipating throws and getting into position to defend them quickly, a skill he shares with Revis. The leap from Haden’s rookie year to his second was significant, and a leap of similar size would see him vault right into Revis air.
Not bad for a player that some thought was too slow for the NFL and who wasn't deemed worthy of being a starter by the Browns former coaching regime until midway through his rookie season.
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