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Having a corner who requires little or no safety help is a luxury in this league. It allows Ryan the freedom to pressure more and call more combination coverages. This allows the free safety to slide to the opposite side of the field, cut to the slot receiver on an inside release, play the top of a triangle (think three-on-two), jump routes, etc.
Most of all, it allows Ryan to set up his players to make plays on the football. And that’s what wins in New York right now when we talk about this style of defensive football.