I love watching Browner play as he epitomizes everything this new defensive squad is about. He is a unique talent. His game is punishing anyone who is unfortunate enough to line up across from him. He is built like a slimmed down 3-4 OLB but has just enough athleticism to line up at corner. His skills in coverage aren't perfect, but our system is built to make up for his shortcomings. Earl Thomas is an elite safety who is fast enough to be in position before the ball makes it to its target. As such, Browner is seldom left on an island and is otherwise free to beat up on the receiver, jump routes, stuff the run (which he does as well as any LB) and take a lot of risks in general.
In the end, I think Browner is a very good player who would be just another tweener in any other system. Due to the abilities of Earl Thomas, we are able to protect ourselves from Browner's (and Chancellor's, for that matter) shortcomings, while simultaneously playing to his strengths.
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