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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Originally Posted by burningmetal I guess he's been ok. I think when Mike Mckenzie was healthy, he was our best corner of the last couple decades. Lewis made me angry when he almost killed Kenny Vaccaro on a reckless attempt ...

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Old 10-28-2013, 12:28 AM   #11
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Re: Is this what having a shutdown corner feels like?

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I guess he's been ok. I think when Mike Mckenzie was healthy, he was our best corner of the last couple decades. Lewis made me angry when he almost killed Kenny Vaccaro on a reckless attempt to hit a receiver on a ball out of bounds. Didn't bother to notice his teammate directly in front of him.

All in all though, he's way better than P-Rob. That's all I ever hoped from him.
Dude if it was Vaccaro, laying the lumber he would have done the same thing.... Surprised to see that even in a wreckless attempt that Keenan can hit!!!!
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Re: Is this what having a shutdown corner feels like?

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I guess he's been ok. I think when Mike Mckenzie was healthy, he was our best corner of the last couple decades. Lewis made me angry when he almost killed Kenny Vaccaro on a reckless attempt to hit a receiver on a ball out of bounds. Didn't bother to notice his teammate directly in front of him.

All in all though, he's way better than P-Rob. That's all I ever hoped from him.
No just more consistent
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Re: Is this what having a shutdown corner feels like?

Corey White should start over Greer
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Surprised to see that even in a wreckless attempt that Keenan can hit!!!!
He did come from the steelers. Pretty sure he learned a thing or two from Polomalu, Clark and those guys.
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Old 10-28-2013, 04:10 AM   #15
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Re: Is this what having a shutdown corner feels like?

To say how lewis struggles in preseason, he has kept true to his word and turned his play up a couple knotches

He's having a great season for us

Im still not comfortable about greer though, he got beat badly by stevie johnson on a 60 yard TD pass that was only saved by a holding penalty

Twice in 2 weeks he's let the ball go over his head for a score
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Im still not comfortable about greer though, he got beat badly by stevie johnson on a 60 yard TD pass that was only saved by a holding penalty

Twice in 2 weeks he's let the ball go over his head for a score
Stevie Johnson is no slouch. EVery corner will be burned a couple of times every season and I am fine with that. It can't look like Jason David out there thou.
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Lewis brought that Steeler mentality to our defense, much like Harrolson brought some 49er to us...
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Corey White should start over Greer
It's time for the transition...
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Lewis brought that Steeler mentality to our defense, much like Harrolson brought some 49er to us...
Exactly what I was thinking when I saw Lewis play yesterday, Steelers secondary is known for very good man coverage and being an aggressive and solid tackler

Keenan definitely has those traits
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Corey White should be starting over Greer. We should be starting to transition Greer off the team and into retirement.
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