|The Oakland Raider's Willie Brown|
Once again I don't need to look at stats to see who was the best at any position. This isn't basball which is essentially an individual sport played with other guys on the field at the same time. If you're batting it's completely up to you to hit the ball. If you're on base, it's completely up to you to steal a base etc. The game of football is the ultimate team sport. So therefore, your success in terms of the team is always contingent upon what your teammates do or not. So that's why I don't look at stats. Can you play?
1. Deion Sanders
2. Rod Woodson
|"Could do everything!"|
3. Ronnie Lott
By the way: Ronnie Lott was a Pro Bowler at corner and at both safety positions! Look him up!
4. Darrell Green
5. Champ Bailey
|"Mr. Half Of The Field"|
This guy was incredible to watch. He would literally shut down half of the field and had unbelievable technique at the corner position. No one could turn their hips better and more smoothly than Champ.
I know there are a lot of old timers that are wondering why guys like Willie Brown, Mike Haynes and Mel Blunt didn't make the list. There is definitely a case for Charles Woodson as well because of his athletic ability.Can't put Darrelle Revis on there because he's only been great for a season and a half. Gotta put in work for longer than that bruh! However, my favorite question is, "Who am I going to take out to put them in?" That's not to say those guys weren't incredible corners but it's only a list a five. That's my list you guys, what's yours?
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