Like im sure someone else has said the 10 yrds off thing is nerve wrecking. But thats that cover 2 scheme most of the time, the corners play back , come up a little after the snap and maybe throw a press. After that the corners stay at that spot in the flats, tho if there is no pressure the corners and other defensive players cant do nothing but watch the other team pick apart the d. If there is no pressure up front any rookie QB can pick apart the cover 2 scheme
Didn't hear Tillmans name called once today; did he play; or just didn't do anything spectacular/craptacular enough to get his name called?
Didn't have the ball thrown to his side but a few times. Jennings, on the other hand, got picked on all day and continued to suck in between the big plays that trick people into thinking he's actually good. Tillman's never going to be a shut down corner, but he's still one of the most underrated ones in the league and is perfect for our zone scheme. Ideally, you have a true #1 to play alongside him, and behind OL, I'd say that player would be our biggest need in the draft alongside DT. Hell, there's four or five CB's in this draft (Fresh Prince, Harris, Peterson and the Texas two) who look more valuable than any OL out there, so I wouldn't be pissed if it got the priority based on talent. 2-3 should be the best bet for value on OL anyway seeing how four-star-at-best talent is being talked about at the top of the class there.