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Tramon Williams

Tramon is the man!

We talked about it for much of the season — Green Bay Packers cornerback [intlink id=”82″ type=”category”]Tramon Williams[/intlink] has developed into one of the league’s best cover corners.

Now, the hardcore football geek statistics have validated the statement.

Williams appears near the top of Football Outsiders cornerback charting stats for 2010.

He’s fourth in success rate, which is the percentage of passes that don’t manage to get at least 45 percent of needed yards on first down, 60 percent of needed yards on second down, or 100 percent of needed yards on third down.

His 66 percent success rate trails only the [intlink id=”69″ type=”category”]New York Jets[/intlink] Darrelle Revis and the [intlink id=”35″ type=”category”]Minnesota Vikings[/intlink] Antoine Winfield, who are at 70 and 67 percent, respectively. Williams is tied with the Oakland Raiders Stanford Routt at 66 percent, but Routt presumably ranks higher because of his 92 targets, compared with Williams’ 83.

Williams also ranks ninth in yards per pass, at 5.5. Winfield leads that list with 4.2 yards per pass.

If Tramon has a weakness, it’s giving up yards after the catch. Williams gave up an average of four yards after the catch in 2010.

By comparison, the leader in that category, the [intlink id=”374″ type=”category”]Philadelphia Eagles[/intlink] Joselio Hanson, gave up only 1.5 yards after the catch.

Monty McMahon

Monty McMahon is one of the founders of Total Packers. He is probably the most famous graduate of UW-Oshkosh next to Jim Gantner.



  1. FrozenFanatic84 March 18, 2011

    As long as Tramon has Woodson, Collins, and Shields along side him he will continue to play lights out! What a steal as an undrafted free agent…speaks volumes about Ted’s scouting department!

  2. DoubleDave March 20, 2011

    not to mention how critical over half of his interceptions were to winning games this last season