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The New York Jets cornerback watches the end-zone angle capturing all 22 players. Three-by-one formations, two-by-two coverages, personnel packages, down-and-distance breakdowns, field position and splits. His eyes will scan it, back and forth, from quarterback to wideout and back again. What receivers do they like to use on certain sets? What does each wideout like to do on first, second and third down? What hand signals is the quarterback using when he audibles? Does he pump fake? If he drops a box of toothpicks, how many hit the ground?
And when you ask Revis about it all, this is what he says: "It's simple."
Simple. This is how you become the NFL's version of Secret Service – a man expected to relentlessly shadow an assignment without fail. It's howRead More »from Revis’ lockdown starts with intense breakdown