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Best S in the NFC East   

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  1. 1. Who is the BEST S in the NFC East

    • Antoine Bethea, Giants
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    • Jabrill Peppers, Giants
    • Xavier Woods, Cowboys
    • George Iloka, Cowboys
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    • Rodney McLeod, Eagles
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    • Andrew Sendejo, Eagles
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    • Malcolm Jenkins, Eagles
    • Landon Collins, Redskins
    • Deshazor Everett, Redskins
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Who is the best S for the 2019 season in the NFC East?

Most points will be the starter - second most will be the Back-Up. (Hopefully there are no ties, but in the event I feel - or enough posters would like an amendment or a run-off we will decide how to proceed then.

Please refer to the master-thread here:

 

Cowboys: @DaBoys / @Nextyearfordaboyz / @The_Slamman / @Matts4313 / @canadaluvsdallas

Eagles: @Jroc04 / @Danger / @TheRealMcCoy / @Kiltman / @ninjapirate

Redskins: @MKnight82 / @Slappy Mc / @Woz / @Thaiphoon / @turtle28

Giants: @Acgott / @Shockey1979 / @GMENNATION / @Giants4eva / @Kodaraw

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It's either Jenkins or Collins

Jenkins brings quality leadership and I'm an Eagles fan so that's going to push it over the edge for me.

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Our division has crap safeties. But the league as a whole has crap safeties. 

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54 minutes ago, Matts4313 said:

Our division has crap safeties. But the league as a whole has crap safeties. 

Gone are the golden days of Dawkins, Polamalu, and Ed Reed.

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1 hour ago, Matts4313 said:

Our division has crap safeties. But the league as a whole has crap safeties. 

Uh...what? There's this dude in LA that would disagree with you.

To answer the thread, I'm going with Jenkins. 

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15 minutes ago, D82 said:

Uh...what? There's this dude in LA that would disagree with you.

To answer the thread, I'm going with Jenkins. 

There is maybe 5 good safeties in the entire NFL. Then you have a bunch of above average to below average guys. Full of mediocre safeties. 

Our division is full of mediocre safeties. 

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4 minutes ago, Matts4313 said:

There is maybe 5 good safeties in the entire NFL. Then you have a bunch of above average to below average guys. Full of mediocre safeties. 

Our division is full of mediocre safeties. 

This I'd agree with.

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Jenkins and I don’t know how it isn’t closer. Collins barely plays the actual position well. He’s a good footballer. But liability, IMO. 

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14 minutes ago, Jroc04 said:

Jenkins and I don’t know how it isn’t closer. Collins barely plays the actual position well. He’s a good footballer. But liability, IMO. 

It feels like this debate has been had before. 

A better coverage safety in Jenkins (Sean Taylor) vs a better run stopping/playmaker in Collins (Roy Williams) has more accolades. History repeats itself. 

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1 hour ago, Matts4313 said:

It feels like this debate has been had before. 

A better coverage safety in Jenkins (Sean Taylor) vs a better run stopping/playmaker in Collins (Roy Williams) has more accolades. History repeats itself. 

Taylor was both.

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21 minutes ago, HTTRG3Dynasty said:

Taylor was both.

No he wasnt. Dont let your biased memory revise history. Williams had more everything stats/accolades 3 out of Taylors 4 years. It wasnt until the year that Taylor died that he finally started to surpass Williams. 

But thats a different debate for a different thread. 

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Do people really love Collins this much? 

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