In the pass-happy NFL of 2011, it's a shame Megatron won't be visiting Revis Island.
Calvin Johnson and Darrelle Revis have been the maestros of the league halfway through the schedule. The Lions wideout nicknamed Megatron has looked superhuman and is on a record receiving pace. The Jets All-Pro cornerback actually has been tested a few times, flunking quarterbacks and receivers in the process with his play.
Johnson and Revis represent the yin and yang of a wild post-lockout half-season in which one superstar's neck surgery plunged his team so far down the standings it might go 0-for-'11. Four-time MVP Peyton Manning has proven with his absence just how valuable he truly is.
As for the guys actually playing, Ndamukong Suh, LaMarr Woodley, Cam Newton, Matt Forte and Aaron Rodgers deserve special nods for their performances. But Detroit's game-breaking pass catcher with the huge, great hands - hence Megatron - and New York's game-saving defender spur the passions.
With Detroit goi...