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per Rotoworld.com:

Drew Coleman is expected to be the Jets' starting right cornerback in Week 4 at Buffalo, with rookie Kyle Wilson in the slot.

Wilson will be a full-blown nickel back, entering when the Bills employ a three-receiver set. Owners feeling the bye-week blues need take a look at Lee Evans, who typically lines up on the side of the offensive formation to which Coleman will be assigned. Flanker/slot man Roscoe Parrish will likely see Wilson and LCB Antonio Cromartie for most of Sunday's game.

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Coincidentally, the Bills #2 WR is about Coleman's size. Rex is just playing the matchup. Parrish is a small, quick, smart WR, and at this point (4+ years) Coleman can to be taken seriously as a small, quick, smart CB. He's not a superstar, but he should do alright against a putrid offense...even if they do come to play.

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Coincidentally, the Bills #2 WR is about Coleman's size. Rex is just playing the matchup. Parrish is a small, quick, smart WR, and at this point (4+ years) Coleman can to be taken seriously as a small, quick, smart CB. He's not a superstar, but he should do alright against a putrid offense...even if they do come to play.

not sure if there is any truth to this statement, I think it's just because Wilson is struggling.

But I hope isn't a matchup type thing. Remember how that worked out in the AFC championship game benching Shepard.

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Coincidentally, the Bills #2 WR is about Coleman's size. Rex is just playing the matchup. Parrish is a small, quick, smart WR, and at this point (4+ years) Coleman can to be taken seriously as a small, quick, smart CB. He's not a superstar, but he should do alright against a putrid offense...even if they do come to play.

Well, the depth chart reads Parrish as the #2 guy. He is when we run 2 WR sets. However, we usually don't. There's usually 3 WRs out there, in which case Parrish plays the slot and Steve Johnson opposite of Lee Evans.

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