There’s a saying that the stat’s don’t lie.
Even in an increasingly growing metrics era of measuring player performance and efficiency, it would be fairly naive to ignore the company that Seahawks cornerback Brandon Browner is keeping with his play this season regardless of your statistical measuring allegiance.
What Doug Baldwin has been to the Seahawks offense, the six-foot-four, 221-pound Browner has been to the Seahawks defense. Ever since getting picked on early in the season by Pittsburgh he has emerged as an imposing force on the Seahawks defense.
Among all eligible defensive players, the undrafted (’05) first-year man out of Oregon State is currently tied for fourth in interceptions with 5. Only Charles Woodson, Eric Weddle, and Kyle Arrington have more; all with 7.
Johnathan Joseph, a rumored free agent target of the Seahawks who ended up with the Texans; has four in contrast.
Does that automatically mean Browner is better?
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