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Antonio Cromartie

Antonio Cromartie | New York Jets | Defensive Back

2011 IDP Fantasy Football Outlook: While it seemed like the Jets were ready to move on from Antonio Cromartie upon free agency, they came running back to him after Nnamdi Asomugha pulled the rug from underneath their feet and signed with Philadelphia. While we will miss out on watching Darrelle Revis and Asomugha work together, acquiring Cromartie wasn’t a bad fit, as he proved to be effective last season.

Look to Cromartie as a waiver wire option for big-play leagues, as I could see him having added value this year if Revis returns to his 2009 performance. Last year Revis wasn’t the same player as his contract holdout led to nagging injuries, and teams tested him a little more. If Revis is a true shutdown corner again (likely to happen), teams will test Cromartie and a little more. Still, Cromartie isn’t a good tackler and will always suffer in that category if he’s playing respectable football.

Tackles
Total Solo Sacks FF PD INT
2011 Projected Stats 39 36 0 0 14 2

NFL Fantasy Football Draft: ADP Values | Rankings | Mocks | Cheat Sheets + Auction Values

Def Interceptions Fumbles Tackles
Year Age Tm Pos G GS Sk Int TD PD FF FR TD Tkl Ast
2006 22 SDG 16 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 20 4
2007*+ 23 SDG rcb 16 8 10 1 18 0 2 1 39 5
2008 24 SDG RCB 16 15 2 1 9 0 0 0 60 4
2009 25 SDG RCB 16 16 3 0 10 31 2
2010 26 NYJ RCB 15 15 3 0 17 0 1 0 41 1

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2011 June

Antonio Cromartie will be on the move for the second year in a row, as he’s set to hit the free agent market and sign a new contract. He’s going to need a big one to support all those kids he has, and all kidding aside, I hope he gets things in order off the field and has a solid career for a few more years.

I thought Cromartie would be a decent IDP sleeper to watch for last year with Darrelle Revis on the other side of the field, but Cromartie actually ended up being the teams No.1 corner to start the year, and was arguably their best corner all season as Revis struggled with hamstring problems and clearly wasn’t as good as he was in 2009. Don’t look to Cromartie as a draft-able corner this season, as he just doesn’t rack up enough tackle to be more than a waiver wire, situation start.

2010 Preview

If Darrelle Revis is a player opponents work around than that means they will challenge Antonio Cromartie on the other side. So far this summer Cromartie has impressed people around the Jets and he has the talent to be great. With added opportunities to make plays, Cromartie should be a decent IDP corner to have this season.

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