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Old 09-13-2009   #81
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Andre did not get shut down at all.

Kubiak did not give him a chance to get shut down.
Call it whatever you want. He was shut down.
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Default Re: Could Darrelle Revis actually shut down AJ?

I guess the answer was "yes"
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Call it whatever you want. He was shut down.
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Default Re: Could Darrelle Revis actually shut down AJ?

... it definitely helped having jenkins as a monster in the middle leading continuous pressure against schaub ... and very limited time of possession and opportunities for the texans offense ...

... but ...

... that being said AJ was invisible ...

... revis gets an A+ for his performance yesterday ...





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Default Re: Could Darrelle Revis actually shut down AJ?

on the telecast, they don't show what's going on beyond the LOS. Revis Didn't put the lockdown on AJ any more than any other corner has in the past. Revis IMHO scared the crap out of Shaub, and he didn't want to test your secondary until it was too late.

So, I think Revis shut Schaub down, more than he shut AJ down.
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on the telecast, they don't show what's going on beyond the LOS. Revis Didn't put the lockdown on AJ any more than any other corner has in the past. Revis IMHO scared the crap out of Shaub, and he didn't want to test your secondary until it was too late.

So, I think Revis shut Schaub down, more than he shut AJ down.

... this may very well be true ...

... if so it actually was a good decision by schaub or the coaching staff ... revis (as well as jenkins) were our greatest strengths ...

... revis will get another big test next week against randy moss & wes welker ...

... it will be interesting to see if bill belichick and tom brady challenge him ...



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Call it whatever you want. He was shut down.
I call it how it is and AJ didnt have much a chance and when it was any where near him, he caught it as always.
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I call it how it is and AJ didnt have much a chance and when it was any where near him, he caught it as always.
Usually when receivers aren't open they don't get the ball thrown there way. Stop trying to sugar coat it, you sound foolish.
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Default Re: Could Darrelle Revis actually shut down AJ?

35 yards definitely qualifies as being shut down. Whether it was all Revis or a combination of that, the pass rush, Schaub's ankle or not, it doesn't matter. Revis had primary responsibility for Johnson and Johnson was shut down. All kudos to the Jets corner.
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Usually when receivers aren't open they don't get the ball thrown there way. Stop trying to sugar coat it, you sound foolish.
Only fool here is you..who do you think you are and why are you still here?

I am not sugar coating anything, our team player horrilbe and we lost.

It was not because Revis shut Andre Johnson down, our QB could barely stay on his feet and did not throw the ball down field(not to mention the terrible play calling).
It does not matter if Andre is wide open or not, he will make the catch if it is thrown near him. He has proven that throughout the years with the less that spectacular QBs he has had throwing the ball to him, yet still puting up big numbers as long as they give him a chance.

Revis did not have a chance to shut him down, he played well but no shutting down was necessary sinc they did not throw the ball to who he was defending.
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Only fool here is you..who do you think you are and why are you still here?

I am not sugar coating anything, our team player horrilbe and we lost.

It was not because Revis shut Andre Johnson down, our QB could barely stay on his feet and did not throw the ball down field(not to mention the terrible play calling).
It does not matter if Andre is wide open or not, he will make the catch if it is thrown near him. He has proven that throughout the years with the less that spectacular QBs he has had throwing the ball to him, yet still puting up big numbers as long as they give him a chance.

Revis did not have a chance to shut him down, he played well but no shutting down was necessary sinc they did not throw the ball to who he was defending.
I'm not taking anything away from AJ, he's a great player. Obviously he would catch the ball if it was thrown to him. It wasn't, so he probably wasn't open.

I'm sure it was a combination of pressure, bracket coverage, and a great individual effort by Revis. Coach gave him a game ball for shutting down AJ.

Good luck the rest of the season. I'm sure AJ will have another great season so long as he's healthy and doesn't have to face Revis again.
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Default Re: Could Darrelle Revis actually shut down AJ?

Like everything in football there's more to it than a simple 1v1.

An excellent secondary, led by Revis, along with a vicious pass rush that constantly harassed and rattled the QB, combined with one of the best defensive schemes in modern football shut down AJ.
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Revis shut down half of the field against the Texans and the Texans, well their offense shut down the other half
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Default Re: Could Darrelle Revis actually shut down AJ?

Not having Kevin Walter, hurt. Not making excuses, but when the Jets don't really have to respect anyone else (receiver wise), or account for 4 or 5 catches for 60 yards, it makes life a lot easier.

Also, while watching a highlight show (forget which) they showed how the Jets secondary was in a 'quarter' a lot; which meant, not only was Reevis on AJ, but there was another DB always close by. They showed an attempt to AJ where AJ looks to have a step on Reevis, but then another Jet comes in from out of the picture quickly. They converged to break it up..

Okay, with all the logical BS out of the way, we got a mud hole stomped in us yesterday, and I'm still pissed about it.
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Default Re: Could Darrelle Revis actually shut down AJ?

Andre said he was DOUBLE covered a lot.

Any ways, the entire team was shut down, including the QB.
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Just put CB Darrelle Revis in the Pro Bowl right now. He shadowed Johnson for almost the entire game, and get this: Johnson, who made a league-high 115 receptions last season, had only one catch after three quarters. Are you kidding me? Johnson finished with four non-descript receptions, but none of them came against Revis in man-to-man coverage. So says Revis. The Jets caught a break because Kevin Walter, the Texans’ other starting receiver, didn’t play. He was replaced by Andre Davis, who went into a shell after Harris blew him up early in the game. Nickel back Donald Strickland made the biggest defensive play, jarring the ball loose from Slaton on an 18-yard catch and run.
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