So far, Tre'Davious White has lived up the billing as a first-round pick who was a four-year starter at LSU for the Buffalo Bills. And he was tremendous in the victory over the Broncos.
Stats courtesy of Pro Football Focus.
Trevor Siemian threw at him eight times, and completed four of those passes for 65 yards. White defended three passes and added an interception. The Denver quarterback had a passer rating of 38.0 when targeting White, the 10th-lowest figure of 108 qualifying cornerbacks in Week Three.
Through three games in the 2017 NFL season, White has allowed a quarterback rating of 53.9, which is the 14th-lowest among the 77 cornerbacks who've played at least 50 percent of their respective team's snaps.
He's defended five passes thus far, the most among all cornerbacks in the NFL.
White's been thrown at 18 times and allowed nine receptions for 144 yards. That yards-per-reception average is the 13th-highest. Mainly playing Cover 3, meaning he's asked to man the deep outside third of the field, White will allow receptions underneath.
He's been on the field for 125 snaps in coverage, meaning he has a coverage snap per reception rate of 13.9 (125/9). That's the 17th-best out of 68 qualifying cornerbacks.
White showcased his ball skills and coverage ability against two quality Broncos receivers in Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders, and he's been one of the NFL's most consistent cornerbacks entering Week Four.
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