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The 2012 New York Jets' season was nothing to write home about. They finished with a 6-10 record and multiple injuries on both the offensive and defensive side.The once-proud Rex Ryan elite defense is starting to show its age, and the once average “ground and pound” offense is just getting pounded by opposing defenses. The only player that the Jets have on their entire team that can make a difference is Darrelle Revis. There are no two ways around that because everyone else on the team deserves to be in a “NFL minor league system”. Revis was injured early on in the 2012 season and missed a large chunk of it. Many fans are worried that Revis may not return to the dominating form that once forced opposing wide receivers onto “Revis Island.”However fans should be more worried if Revis returns to the Jets at all. There are reports circulating in the media that Jets owner Woody Johnson is concerned about signing Revis long-term and is looking to trade the All-Pro cornerback.On ESPN&#...
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