March 21st, 2013
Darrelle Revis is a cornerback that sticks to the receiver like glue. He can take over the game and shut down the offense. He played for the New York Jets for six seasons. His career stats are 241 tackles, 19 interceptions, and 3 touchdowns. The first time I noticed Revis was in a game against the Bengals in 2010. He shut down Chad Ochocinco. Ochocinco was my favorite player at the time and Revis made him look like a rookie. In September 2012, Revis hurt his knee against the Miami Dolphins. Revis had knee surgery and looks like he is making a good recovery.
I think the Jets will trade Revis to the Bucs and will get their first round draft picks in 2014. The Bucs will gain a leader on the defense. He makes the whole team better by watching film to learn routes that other teams run to break up the pass patterns and shut down the receivers.
The Jets will be making a bad mistake in trading the star Revis. They will figure that out when they don't have a cornerback covering the receivers holding off their yards gained. Mark Sanchez will be picked off and Santonio Holmes will be invisible on the field against Revis. When I am playing defense on my football team, I dream of being as great as Revis.