By Chris Roling
While Josh Norman soaks up the attention, Quinton Dunbar continues to be the best cornerback on the Washington Redskins’ roster.
As if Dunbar’s fast start wasn’t apparent enough, Dunbar ranks among elite names like Khalil Mack and Cameron Jordan in disrupted dropbacks:
Some pretty elite names at the top of this list of defenders disrupting the opponents passing game, and a few surprises…
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Dunbar doesn’t have any sacks, but he does lead the team in solo tackles and routinely breaks up passes. He has one interception so far.
As recently as Week 3, Dunbar had also graded out as a top-five corner at Pro Football Focus.
Not bad for a former wide receiver who is now on his way to breakout-cornerback status.
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