Found November 09, 2011 on
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Darrelle Revis talked to the New England media about playing the Patriots and talked about Welker, Ochocinco and more. You can listen to the audio of it here.
When asked about Wes Welker, Revis was – of course – quite complementary.
"Last game, the matchup was great between Wes," said Darrelle. "Sometimes I was throwing him on the ground, and sometimes he was catching some balls on me.
"I call him the energizer bunny. Because he never stops. It doesn’t matter what you do to him. He just keeps on coming and coming [...] If I’m on him, I’m on him. If I’m not, then it doesn’t matter. We have confidence in everybody."
When asked about who was at fault on the long play and the mix up with him and Eric Smith, the last time the two teams played, Revis owned up to it, saying "it was on me."
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