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Season Expectations pt. 2: Byron Jones

Season expectations for Byron Jones?  

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  1. 1. Season expectations for Byron Jones?

    • He will actually improve upon 2018. He was lockdown in coverage, and this year he will sustain that, but add interceptions to his game.
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    • He will sustain what he did in 2018. He can't really get better, and he was never a ball hawk so the interception numbers will stay next to nothing.
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    • He will suffer a slight drop off. There isn't really anywhere to go but down. Expectations are high, but I feel he will somewhat regress towards the mean, while still playing mostly solid.
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    • Big drop off. He was on top last year, but every year is different. With WRs able to study him at CB now he isn't surprising anyone.
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I voted sustain. He isn't a ball hawk. He may luck into a pick or two but he is never going to be a leader in that area.

That said I think Richard's scheme is a safety net for Byron. I don't think we will see a drop off at all. He really only has to defend two routes(in his words). So I expect him to maintain his high level of play.

 

As long as the hip surgery went well, and according to him he is ahead of schedule.

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He'll be on par to 2018 and price himself out of Dallas. Really annoying that Dallas wasted 3/5ths of his career at safety. 

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I went with a slight regression - just because I felt like he struggled a bit more towards the end of the season. I think he'll still be a good, if not great cornerback, but he looked like the most lockdown guy in the game for the first ten weeks or so last year.

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I think a slight regression.

Something in my gut just says Chido out plays him and Byron gets picked on more.

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It's all depends on the dline if they're able to put pressure on the QB and force him into errant throws then everyone's INTs will go up. 

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A little worried about the hip here- important body part for high end CB play. Otherwise he’s phenomenal

If we let him hit the open market next year I swear to god

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I think he basically stays right in line with what he did last year. I expect bigger things from Awuzie.

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I voted for slight drop off. He isn't a ballhawk and after hip surgery I can't see him repeating his 2018 season. 

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