First we have to make the playoffs.
Secondly, Ike is as close to a solid CB that there is in today's NFL.
I don't see your arguement being valid.
1 Ezekial Ansah OLB BYU 65 271 (sky high potential)
2 Khaseem Greene ILB Rutgers 61 241 (cat quick, explosive hitter)
3 Steadman Bailey WR WVU 510 193 (fantastic route runner)
4 LeVeon Bell RB Michigan St 61 230 (Good fit for zone scheme)
5 J. J. Wilcox SS Ga Southern 6 213 (athletic, fluid in coverage)
6 Omoregie Uzzi OG Georgia Tech 63 302 (quick, zone gem)
7 Micah Hyde CB Iowa 6 197 (rangy corner with speed)
7 Vinston Painter OT Virginia Tech 64 305 (athletic OL project)
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...if I could be like Ike....
I'll wait to discuss Ike in the playoffs on monday. the way this team has performed this year it's a real possibility the season is over in 48 hours. cincy knows with a win we are likely eliminated. they will be motivated, inspired with enough young talent who don't understand their role in the NFL as bungles is to be perennial losers.
however, IF we make the playoffs - we're a better team with Ike than without.