Originally posted on The Jets Blog  |  Last updated 12/30/11
New York Jets CB Darrelle Revis, 12.29 On going head-to-head against Brandon Marshall… It’s great. It’s always a good fight between me and him. We compete, that’s all we do. We know each other on and off the field, so it’s all respect 100 percent. We just compete, that’s all we do. On the must-win situation on Sunday… I think we’re in a great position. There is still room for us to accomplish our goals and what we want to do. It all falls to this game on Sunday, so right now, we’re just trying to prepare the best way we can and go down to Miami and try to get a win. On if Brandon Marshall is the most physical receiver he has played this year… Yes, I think Brandon is, by far, the most physical receiver in the league. Like I said, we always have these matches and it’s great. Even when I played him a couple of years ago when he was in Denver, (he was) a complete receiver. He can catch all the balls and run all the routes. He’s just physical all the time. On the second half of
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