Originally posted by krizay:
While I think Revis is good. I think he benefits a great deal from the pressure the defensive scheme puts on the QB. Throwing the ball falling away and sooner than they want and what not. Much like Lito Shepherd and Sheldon Brown benefited from Jim Johnson's attack scheme in Philly before he passed.
Manning will have everything covered as far as putting people where they need to be to protect and what not.
With that said. I sure hope we become a blitzing team damn near every play. It seems like it works to me.
Definitely, no cornerback can be good when the quarterbac is given too much time.
The thing is, he capitalizes on those plays, being too physical in the air. How many Cb's would end up winning and intercepting a toss up with Vincent Jackson??? That was a lucky play to catch it off his foot, but the fact is he still had a hand in there to strip it and finished the play.
Another one that stood out to me was that crucialllllll third and 3 play, they run a little out and in (dont know the literal term) to Naane, and he read it and reacted to bat the ball down. Most Db's dont make that quick of a play.
I havn't watched him until today really, and he seriously impressed me.
[ Edited by DynastyChile on Jan 17, 2010 at 20:31:23 ]