long enough in Tampa to know one thing. It's not New York.
"The organization's great. It's real laid back down there. It's
not a lot of pressure as it is in New York," Revis told the Aliquippa
Times this week.
Revis still has to live up to his lofty contract and expectations.
But it's clear he's digging his new digs, and the relative lack of
media scrutiny. He also likes the talent around him, especially new
teammate Dashon Goldson.
"He is the best safety in the league, as of today. And I'm saying
that boldly," Revis said. "No knock on Troy (Polamalu) and all of those
guys, but he's the best, and heâs only in his eighth year, which is
awesome. He's Batman. I'm Robin."
It's interesting that Revis made himself the green tights-wearing
sidekick in this scenario, but it speaks to amount of talent in the
a chance to break out, and cornerback Eric Wright has shown
flashes as a pro.
Perhaps Revis no longer feels like he has the weight of a franchise
on his shoulders.