More here"With the size of the receivers in this league, you need an intimidator in the secondary. Yes, the media loves interceptions, and Taylor has hands like he hits — like a rock — but his ability to punish the opponent's top receiver is what he brings to the table. If you look at the cornerbacks in this year's draft, I dare anyone to find me someone that can step in and replace Taylor, especially right away, considering where the Steelers will pick in the first round (No. 31 overall)."
I've been saying this for years,people tend to get on Ike because he don't make the int's but there's a lot more to being a CB. Hell if he could catch the ball ,he'd be a WR.