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Who Dat Say Dey Gonna Grade Dem Saints: Keenan Lewis

In this series, we take a look at the starters and major role-players of the 2014 New Orleans Saints. The next subject is called underrated by some, overrated by others... well, here's our chance to properly rate him. Ladies and Gentlemen male humans, I present "Keenan Lewis!"

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Welcome to another edition of Grade Dat, where we take a look at the starters and major role-players of the 2014 New Orleans Saints, put a grade value on them, and list the things we liked and the things we disliked about them in the 2014 season.  In the last exciting edition of Grade Dat, the late Jimmy Graham was given a "B." This time out, we look at the Saint that arguably splits the fanbase's opinion more than any other, Keenan Lewis.

Voting will remain open for 48 hours from the point that the article is posted, then I will comb over the comments and average out the grade, and look for common trends in the likes and dislikes.  After the final grade is calculated and comments compiled, I will post the results in a new thread and then we'll move on to another player.  To avoid shenanigans, only votes made in the comment section will be considered. After grades for all the starters and major role-players are compiled, I will release the "class rankings" for the 2014 season.

Did Keenan back up his reputation of being a quietly high level CB, in 2014?  All we need to get in order to find out is a gopher, an ice cube, and a nine iron.... wait, Keenan!  Where am I gonna find a gopher, an ice cube and a nine iron? Keenan? Keenan?? KEEENAAAN!?!?!?!?  Awww, here it goes...

What grade does Keenan Lewis deserve for the 2014 season?  What did you see from him that you liked? Disliked?

Example (from the Kenny Vaccaro edition):


C+ : Not as awful as many seemed to think

Pros: high-motor, versatile role-player, physical pass defender, great speed to attack the run

Cons: took many poor angles, whiffed on several tackles, frequently got burned by receivers and quicker tight ends in pass coverage

NOTE: POLL is for quick reference ONLY and WILL NOT be counted in the official vote.  Please vote in the COMMENTS below.