Darrelle Revis "Welcome To Revis Island" Career Highlights HD
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Darrelle Shavar Revis (born July 14, 1985) is an American football cornerback for the New York Jets of the National Football League. Revis was drafted in the first round (14th overall) by the Jets in the 2007 NFL Draft. He played college football at the University of Pittsburgh. His spot on the field is nicknamed "Revis Island", a phrase Revis has trademarked, for his ability to play one-on-one with opposing receivers. He is currently considered to be one of the best cornerbacks in the NFL. On July 3, 2011, Revis was revealed and ranked the 8th best player entering the 2011 season on NFL Network's NFL Top 100 players of 2011 by his peers.As the starting cornerback for the Jets in his second season, Revis began to establish himself as an All-Pro cornerback. During the team's week four matchup against the Arizona Cardinals, Revis faced the vaunted duo of Anquan Boldin and Larry Fitzgerald. He would intercept two passes, one of which he returned 32 yards for his first NFL touchdown. Despite his performance alongside All-Pro safety Kerry Rhodes, the Jets' pass defense was ranked 28th which prompted coach Eric Mangini to sign free agent All-Pro cornerback and former New York Jet Ty Law in November. Though the addition of Law was made to bolster the Jets' pass defense, the pass defense continued to struggle and would rank 29th overall by seasons end in spite of Revis' positive performance. It should be noted that Revis' side of the field was known not to be tested as teams instead chose to attack rookie cornerback Dwight Lowery.
For his efforts, Revis was elected to the 2009 Pro Bowl. During the Pro Bowl, Revis intercepted a pass intended for Anquan Boldin with one hand.Darrelle Revis started off the '09 season matched up against some of football's best wide receivers. In Week 1, he helped limit Houston Texans Pro-bowler Andre Johnson to four receptions for 35 yards. Revis then faced Tom Brady and the New England Patriots, when he matched up against another Pro-bowl receiver, Randy Moss, and limited him to four receptions and 24 yards after catching 14 passes for 141 yards the week prior. Revis also had an interception against Brady, helping the Jets defense to be the first team since 2006 to stop the Patriots from scoring a touchdown.
Week 5 against the Miami Dolphins was the lone blemish on Revis's season, as he was beaten by wide receiver Ted Ginn, Jr. for a 53-yard touchdown reception on Monday Night Football, during the Jets 31--27 week 5 loss to the Dolphins'.
Jets head coach Rex Ryan has stated on several occasions that he thinks Revis is the "best" cornerback in the NFL, and that he is also the best cornerback he's worked with, in all of his years of coaching defenses. NFL Total Access ranked him as the No. 3 cornerback in the league on a Best In The Biz list before the '09 season kicked off. Deion Sanders also said "Revis is going to be the best corner in the game for years."
Revis ended the year winning a Pro Bowl spot, and earned major respect inside and outside the league. In Week 17 (the NFL's last regular season week), he ended up locking Cincinnati Bengals receiver Chad Ochocinco down, preventing Ochocinco from a single reception, in part because a win would not advance Cincinnati to a higher playoff seed, and also because Ochocinco left the game with an injured knee. The Jets won the game 37--0, their second shutout, and third 'defensive' shutout. The victory qualified the Jets for the postseason, and the two teams met up again six days later in the first round. During the Jets' 24--14 victory over the Bengals, Revis again shut down Ochocinco, limiting him to two catches for 28 yards and collecting an interception.