The New York Jets (3-3)áascended quicklyáduring the first three weeks of the 2009áseason,áonly to course directly into the mostáturbulent ofáskies. With three disappointingálosses to contrast against three impressive wins, Gang Green is searching for a break of light in the Bay Area'sátreacherous black hole whenátheyáface the Oakland Raiders (2-4). Yet, through the Jets' darkest momentsáremains one illuminatedáconstant. Darrelle Revis, a third-year cornerback out of Pittsburgh,áhas started every gameásince being drafted 14th overall in 2007. The flashes of greatness were on display from the onset. Revis arrived late to training camp after lengthy contract negotiations andástepped ináas the team's No. 1 cornerback.áIt was a role he wouldánever relinquishùand a decision no ...
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