Among a list of some of the top cornerbacks in the NFL, including Nnamdi Asomugha, Darrelle Revis, Asante Samuel and Tramon Williams, one surprise name was on the list – Seattle Seahawks defensive back Roy Lewis.
The University of Washington product made NFL.com’s list of cornerbacks who gave up the lowest number of completions last year. To make the list, players had to have at least 30 attempts go their way.
Lewis, who played mostly on slot receivers on third down and obvious passing situations, finished with a 43.3 opponent completion percentage, sixth overall on the list.
Revis topped the list at 33.9 percent, followed by Asomugha, Oakland’s Stanford Routt (39.4), Kansas City’s Brandon Carr (39.8) and Oakland’s Chris Johnson (40.5).
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