CB Champ Bailey Allowed No Touchdowns During 2009 Season

Colorado Springs Gazette beat writer Frank Schwab, the area’s All Pro voter, tracked down detailed stats for the league’s cornerbacks and discovered that Bailey was the only one not to allow a touchdown this season, despite spending much of the season shadowing the opponent’s top receiver (like San Diego’s Vincent Jackson, Indianapolis’ Reggie Wayne and Philadelphia’s DeSean Jackson). According to Stats, Ic., Bailey allowed 47 catches for a total of 624 yards. That’s more than Jets star Darrelle Revis allowed (40 for 439 yards) but that Bailey didn’t allow even a single touchdown is impressive.


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2 Responses to “CB Champ Bailey Allowed No Touchdowns During 2009 Season”

  1. Rodrigo Machado says:

    Champ Bailey gave up a TD against the Steelers (Hines Ward)

  2. Cornerback 4life says:

    To (Rodrigo) Hines Ward was in the slot, Bailey was covering Holmes, it was a screen throw THEREFORE the completion is on the corner covering Ward, He then ran out to the flat and jumped over Bailey when the game was already over by FAR, don’t be a hater, STILL TAKE CHAMP OVER ANY CB IN THE LEAGUE BELIEVE IT…

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