I'm not quite sure how a defensive back allows a perfect quarterback rating for a whole season. For a game? Sure. Maybe even for a few games? Not ideal, but things happen. But for whole season? Or in this specific case, the 12 games you were actually active? I mean that's kind of nuts. And yet, that is exactly what happened to Teez Tabor in coverage last year. I don't think I can say yikes strongly enough. However, if reports are true, he has evidently bounced back from his rough 2018 and has put in a ton of work this offseason to try to improve as a player and turn his career around. After all, this kid was a second-round pick in 2017, and he certainly had plenty of talent when he came out.
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