By John DeShazier | Senior Writer - NewOrleansSaints.com
Marshon Lattimore acknowledged a desire to be more consistent entering last season and now, it's a word the New Orleans Saints cornerback hopes to have laid to rest.
"I think I did good, but I've always got room to get better," said Lattimore, the NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year in 2017. "I think I gave up too much, in my eyes, but that's just me being me, me wanting to be great. I don't like giving up anything, so anything I give up, I feel like I could have done something better, I could have done something to prevent it.
"I feel like the consistency is there. A lot of people just ran with that, with I'm inconsistent. Like, plays happen. Stuff happens. We're all in the league for a reason and sometimes they might get me. Of course, I don't want them to, but I think people just ran with that, the me being inconsistent thing. Because I feel like I'm the best in the league."
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