Top 10 Cornerbacks
Here are the Top 10 cornerbacks this year (after Week 2) as ranked by our play-by-play coverage grading and updated during and after our All-22 Review. For all the grades at all positions grab yourself a PFF Premium subscription today.
[NB: 100 snap minimum eligibility]
1. Tramon Williams (GB) +4.2
Allowed a mere 16 yards on 11 targets through two games.
2. Corey Graham (BUF) +4.1
Wanted to come home to Buffalo and showing just how much that means to him.
3. Aqib Talib (DEN) +3.8
His less than auspicious end to 2013 is looking more and more health related by the game.
4. Antonio Cromartie (ARZ) +3.5
Another player showing last year was an aberration to the norm.
5. Leon Hall (CIN) +3.1
Returning from injury, the eight-year veteran only took a game to get back to his very best.
6. Darius Slay (DET) +2.9
The sophomore corner has talent and is currently making his personnel department not regret eschewing corner in the draft.
7. Desmond Trufant (ATL) +2.8
Still looking every bit the special talent he appeared in 2013.
8. Chris Harris Jr. (DEN) +2.5
Everyone talked about Ryan Clady and Von Miller missing the Super Bowl, but Harris was just as big a loss.
9t. Sam Shields (GB) +2.3
Giving the Packers two Top-10 corners. Plays better than his base numbers suggest
9t. Cortland Finnegan (MIA) +2.3
Working towards redemption in Miami after crashing and burning in St. Louis.
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