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PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 4:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

EliteTexan80 wrote:
An interesting aside is whether or not the Jets will use the "special" IR designation on Revis, one that will allow him to come back later in the season (think you can place a player on IR and "reactivate" them in eight weeks).

Now, returning from a torn ACL in two months is next to impossible - but it should be interesting to see how this one proceeds.


Wahhh?

A cornerback playing 3 months after ACL surgery would get his shiz pushed in, c'mon on. Imagine he trying to turn and run? Confused Laughing

It would be sad to watch a player of Revis's caliber attempt that. He'd look like a pee wee guy out there.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 4:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yea there's no point in rushing him back. Let him recover fully, and come back next year. Especially at his position, you can't have any kind of knee problem.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 4:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Most valuable defensive player in the league. No one player means more to a defense. The Jets defensive scheme revolves around him being able to shut down the one side of the field.

The difference between Revis and Kyle Wilson is comical. Teams are going to target Wilson early and often.

A scary stat from Profootballfocus:

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With Revis down Kyle Wilson moves from the nickel spot into a starting space on the edge. Wilson was drafted in the first round but has struggled playing the slot since. His coverage snaps per reception -- a metric that measures the number of completions he allows relative to the times he drops into coverage -- of 8.4 only ranks 31st among slot corners. Wilson regularly seems half a step behind the play, and can expect to be targeted frequently as a starter. When starting in Week 2 he surrendered catches every time he was thrown at.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 4:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I just heard Rex mention that Cromartie once had a torn ACL. This gives me more hope that Revis will return to full strength.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 4:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

green24 wrote:
I just heard Rex mention that Cromartie once had a torn ACL. This gives me more hope that Revis will return to full strength.


Yeah, when he was in college. He sat out that year, and had to be worked in during his rookie year in the NFL. He wasn't asked to shut down every #1 WR that stepped on the field. So there is a chance that he can recover just fine, but I'm still worried about how the injury can effect his play next year.
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Cromarite and Revis are not same CBs. Despite Cromartie is fluidly in motion, he does not stop and turn well like Revis does. That is key.
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quietjetsket wrote:
Cromarite and Revis are not same CBs. Despite Cromartie is fluidly in motion, he does not stop and turn well like Revis does. That is key.

Lardarius Webb also had a torn ACL two years ago. I think he'll be back to the Revis of usual by next season.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 7:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Revis injury will really show the true colors of Rex Ryan. Bellichick could still go 11-5 without Brady and the likes of Jim Caldwell went 2-14 without Manning. Let's see what Revis means to this team and how good Ryan really is.

If our defense flounders it falls on the FO and Ryan for not preparing well enough for such situations. All those first round picks on 3-4 DL that rush the passer, a cornerback and a LB in the third round to add speed. If Ryan can't scheme his butt around Revis being hurt to at least 5-8 wins it will tell us a lot about where this team is and how good our drafts of the past few years have been.
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Colt45fool wrote:
The Revis injury will really show the true colors of Rex Ryan. Bellichick could still go 11-5 without Brady and the likes of Jim Caldwell went 2-14 without Manning. Let's see what Revis means to this team and how good Ryan really is.

If our defense flounders it falls on the FO and Ryan for not preparing well enough for such situations. All those first round picks on 3-4 DL that rush the passer, a cornerback and a LB in the third round to add speed. If Ryan can't scheme his butt around Revis being hurt to at least 5-8 wins it will tell us a lot about where this team is and how good our drafts of the past few years have been.


I dont know. Ryan had Suggs, Reed and Lewis for Ravens. Jets have only Revis for Ryan. However, without Revis, team chemistry may be a problematic. Lets find out.
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Colt45fool wrote:
The Revis injury will really show the true colors of Rex Ryan. Bellichick could still go 11-5 without Brady and the likes of Jim Caldwell went 2-14 without Manning. Let's see what Revis means to this team and how good Ryan really is.

If our defense flounders it falls on the FO and Ryan for not preparing well enough for such situations. All those first round picks on 3-4 DL that rush the passer, a cornerback and a LB in the third round to add speed. If Ryan can't scheme his butt around Revis being hurt to at least 5-8 wins it will tell us a lot about where this team is and how good our drafts of the past few years have been.


There's really no way to prepare for losing a player of the caliber of Revis. If anything, the Jets have done about the best anybody could expect by having resigned Cromartie and drafting a CB in the first round two years ago.

I think the Jets should take the opportunity to adjust their style of play on Defense. More four-man fronts, more zone, a little less blitzing. Maybe get some of the younger LB's more involved. Obviously, everyone in Jet Land has to temper their expectations for this season somewhat, but maybe that's actually a blessing in disguise.
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Sandybaby716 wrote:
Sorry for your loss. Revis is your Rodgers. Takes the entire defense to another level. I'm usually anti-Jets (unless they're playing the Pats, whom I loathe with burning passion) but I hope you guys find a way to pull something together. Never want to see a major player go down with injury.


Thanks man, that's nice to hear from a fan of another team. But you never want see anybody go down like that, major player or not. It's just tragic.

If we as Jets fans are taking this hard; think about how bad Revis feels; having to sit there and watch his team go on without him (then again he does hold out alot--eh, I'll give him the benefit of the doubt).
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We were a borderline playoff team before Revis went down, I want to hear a legitimate argument as to why this team won't be drastically worse without Revis.



Oh dear god. The pass rush needs to step up.


Well maybe it would, if it actually existed. We're boned without Revis Island.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 7:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Jets fans, sorry to hear about the injury. I'm willin to bet if anyone comes out alright it's Revis Christ. The guy has so much talent.

I have a question about the enigmatic Jets defense though, and I was hoping you guys could help me out. I know Revis follows guys around in man like against Andre Johnson or Megatron.

Is that always the case, or does he generally stick to his side? Does he follow motioned receivers? Does Recis play zone sometimes, and how often?

Sorry if they sound like easy questions, don't catch many Jets games.

I am sorry to hear the news, but the season is just starting! Keep your heads up!
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Phire wrote:
Jets fans, sorry to hear about the injury. I'm willin to bet if anyone comes out alright it's Revis Christ. The guy has so much talent.

I have a question about the enigmatic Jets defense though, and I was hoping you guys could help me out. I know Revis follows guys around in man like against Andre Johnson or Megatron.

Is that always the case, or does he generally stick to his side? Does he follow motioned receivers? Does Recis play zone sometimes, and how often?

Sorry if they sound like easy questions, don't catch many Jets games.

I am sorry to hear the news, but the season is just starting! Keep your heads up!


Revis moves around depending on match up plan by Ryan. Fastest or vertical threat WR is usually Cromartie's job.
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Revis4president wrote:
Revis didnt tear his ACL theres no possible way. If anything he partially tore it and thats the worse case scenario.

Little inside info, not one person inside the jets believes he tore his acl.. i dont know who exactly is saying it. But everyone stop worrying please.

my guess is right now is torn cartilidge in his left knee. which will require surgery possibly ending his season. But sometimes athletes can play with it.

Il keep in touch


Good call bro Laughing
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