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Just now, CSNY said:

Revis in his prime was the best I have ever seen. He would shut down  any receiver in any era he was that good 

This. The only other Jet that was as dominant at his position in his prime was Kris Jenkins, but that was very on and off. 

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22 minutes ago, CSNY said:

Revis in his prime was the best I have ever seen. He would shut down  any receiver in any era he was that good 

Not only that...  when the camera would pan to where the ball was being thrown, it would look like Revis was the receiver.  The most amazing player I’ve ever seen. 

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23 minutes ago, Dupe said:

Not only that...  when the camera would pan to where the ball was being thrown, it would look like Revis was the receiver.  The most amazing player I’ve ever seen. 

Too bad he was a businessman who wanted to be paid like the most amazing player we’ve ever seen

Angry Black Friday GIF by Buyout Footage

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1 hour ago, jgb said:

Biggest snub in DPOY history. Stats are everything to perception.

That and the voters basically decided that, while Revis was worthy, this was Woodson's last chance to win an award like that, whereas Revis would have more opportunities later in his career.

A silly reason to snub a player, but that's voter logic for you.  It's kind of like when Charles Barkley took NBA MVP honors over MJ in 1993.  The voters had gotten tired of giving Jordan the award over and over again. 

NOTE:  Jordan went on to absolutely obliterate Barkley's Suns in the Finals, just because he could and as an "F you" to the voters.  No, they didn't sweep the series (Bulls won 4-2), but Jordan averaged 41 points per game in that series.

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1 hour ago, KRL said:

Not even a debate, Revis in his prime shut down everybody

Revi$ would pretend he pulled a hammy when getting beat deep.

He crapped his pants in 2010 when Tebow was coming around the corner and he was obliged

to tackle him

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1 hour ago, LionelRichie said:

Revis owned the big tall wr's.   The smaller, quicker wr's were more trouble than the tall fast guys.  

Yup, Revis' physical play helped him own bigger guys, but he had a much smaller margin of error with shorter faster shifty guys. Technique doesn't matter as much when the other guy has a couple steps on you.

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1 hour ago, peekskill68 said:

Do you think the rule changes affecting pass interference and being able to throw the challenge flag would make a difference?

No, Revis was a master at "hiding his holds" from the refs.  He would grab but no one

would ever see it

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9 minutes ago, Kleckineau said:

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So a guy with a pulled hamstring covering one of the Top 5 WRs of all time is the clip you use to make a dig?

If you want a hint about Moss vs. Revis then take a look at how his 2009 season started...

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In two games vs. Revis in 2009 Randy Moss was targeted 18 times.  He had 1 TD and a grand total of 58 yards. lol

 

 

 

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15 minutes ago, nyjbuddy said:

 

This really was the single most dominant season by any defender at any position I've ever seen.  I'd put this season up against any season Deion Sanders, Lawrence Taylor, or Reggie White ever had.  From start to finish Revis was the eraser, immediately taking away the opponent's #1 playmaker all by himself.  For all you "kids" who are relatively new to the Jets (maybe guys in their early 20's) Revis Island was real.....and it was spectacular.

No only didn't he give up a single 100 yard game and have a 3 to 1 INT to TD ratio, he only gave up two games of more than 50 yards receiving.  These guys were some of the best WRs in the NFL and many of them were in their primes.

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