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A.A.D.Q.: The Brandons

Are Brandon Carr and Brandon Flowers ready to start together at cornerback? I say, yes, because if the Chiefs are going to get slaughtered regardless, then we’ve gotta at least play our young guys. Flowers has looked pretty damn good, and Carr has been hit and miss. Still, you can see how much potential he has on almost every play. Meanwhile, Pat Surtain is just as saavy and smart as he is slow, which means he’s better suited to play nickelback at this point in his career. Also, rookie Matt Ryan and the Falcons will be a much easier first-start match-up for Carr than Jay Cutler, Brandon Marshall and Eddie Royal would be. I’m down with the decision all the way.

Will the Brandons get the job done as rookie starting CBs?

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