Veteran Saints cornerback Jabari Greer thinks he knows all about the Bucs. Hear what he has to say in this Times-Picayune video. Joe sincerely hopes the 5-10 Greer finds himself in man coverage against Mike Williams or Vincent Jackson.
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10 Responses to ““They Got One Of Our Guys Over There””
Why was this bum interviewed regarding anything? It’s hard for me to take a guy serious who plays on a defense that has allowed 150 plus points in 5 weeks! I find it hard to believe they have anyone figured out with that stellar 1-4 record!
We have also only lost by a touchdown or less in each loss and havent given up anywhere near the amount of points they have. By no means I’m not looking past the Saints, but my point is i could take the comments a little more serious if they came from say Brees, Grahm, Colston etc! Not some bum on one of the leagues worst defenses!
Jabari Greer at times displays the ability of a shutdown corner. The guy can be really good at times due to the physical way he plays at LoS before the receiver gains any momentum. To refer to him as a “bum” as poster #1 did shows his ignorance.
BUT, Greer is pushing his luck by wishing for Vincent Jackson. MW can be shutdown, but with an accurate QB, a freak of nature like Vincent cannot be shutdown even by the likes of Revis.
I showed ignorance becuase you feel “at times” he has looked good?! well in my opinion a starting corner who was been in the league for nine years and only has ten picks isn’t very good! And maybe you flashed a bit of ignorance based on the fact that you over look stats because YOU think he looked good “at times”! know what your talking about before you decide to name call…
And the fact the you used the term shutdown in the same sentence as Jabari Greer is just funny. But im glad you value a corners worth on the bases he’s good in press coverage at the LOS and nothing beyond that!