Erik Frenz of BleacherReport.com put out a great article today, discussing why Jets CB Dee Milliner is not stepping into 'shoes to fill.'
Prehaps my favorite snippit:
Whoever fills that spot has big shoes to fill: Cromartie himself set a lofty standard for that spot. As Cromartie could tell you—or, for that matter, anyone who has played the role of No. 2 cornerback opposite an elite shutdown cornerback—it's often the No. 2 that gets the most balls thrown their way. Cromartie was targeted more frequently on a per-snap basis in both years he played alongside Revis.
Make sure to check out the article, if for nothing more than an escape from all the hyperbole being thrown around from the likes of [some] ESPN.com and NYDN writers.