Found September 28, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
Heading into Sunday’s matchup with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers new Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians sounds like a man intrigued by the game within the game. On the Tampa Bay sideline stands Darrelle Revis perhaps the NFL’s best cover cornerback since Deion Sanders. His counterpart is wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald who has more catches through his first 143 games (779) than any player in NFL history including Jerry Rice. “You’re talking about two guys with about $200 million between the two of them’’ Arians said of the anticipated duel. “They ought to put on a show. They can’t cancel each other out ... nobody wants to see that. I think they’ll both win some and lose some.’’ The only other time Revis faced the Cardinals he intercepted two Kurt Warner passes in 2008 returning one for a 32-yard touchdown as the Jets won 56-35. Fitzgerald caught eight passes for 122 yards. “Every week is an opportunity’’ said Revis acquired from New York in an April trade that cost the Bucs a first
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