Packers' DBs have been exceptional; Cowboys could be exposed
The Seahawks' DBs had a good showing against the Redskins, while questions remain about how the Jaguars will hold up against the Patriots.
Updated: January 8, 2008, 1:21 PM ETBy Scouts Inc.
The top offensive lines in Scouts Inc.'s updated postseason rankings had a chance to rest this week and will be fresh heading into the divisional round, while the Chargers and Jaguars are looking to improve on their showings in the wild card round. Bob Sanders a massive contract and obviously realize that they have two different defenses: a very good one defense with Sanders on the field and one that is a mess with him on the sidelines. Sanders is everywhere and is the consummate playmaker. Fellow S Antoine Bethea is one of the best players you have never heard of and his reliability in the deep patrol allows Sanders to freelance and maximize his extreme talents. The corners are good against the run and pass and have stepped up in their first year starters.
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