Did you know that "genetic freak" Sehorn played safety at USC, not cornerback, and was a backup safety and special teams player his first two seasons with the Giants? This is how even White "genetic freaks" are routinely treated. It was only in his third season in the NFL that Sehorn was moved to cornerback, and likely then only because the Giants went through a welcome but unfortunately short-lived phase in the mid to late 1990s where they challenged entrenched Caste System stereotypes, as besides moving Sehorn to corner, they "shockingly" drafted Sean Bennett in the fourth round as a tailback (Bennett otherwise wouldn't have been drafted), and drafted WR Joe Jurevicius in the second round. Sehorn wasn't a "genetic freak" so much as he was the extremely rare White athlete given a chance to play cornerback, and he excelled when given the opportunity. Cornerback play in the NFL is generally putrid; the few good ones like Revis are far better than most blacks playing the position. The idea that generations can pass without a single White football player being able to compete at cornerback in the NFL is so irrational as to defy belief not to mention common sense, yet 99% of White football fans believe this lie, so well indoctrinated are they in the extremist and demonstrably false cult of black athletic supremacy.