5 Things To Be Optimistic About in 2012

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2. Darelle Revis comes to camp on time with a positive attitude

It doesn’t really matter to most Jet fans whether Revis resigns, or plays with the contract he has but what does matter is the he is on the field. We saw what a holdout did to Revis in 2010 when he injured his hamstring early and it plagued him throughout the season. Getting to camp on time and more importantly with a positive attitude is important for the recently uprooted team chemistry. Revis is arguably the NFL’s best defender and everything the Jets do defensively is predicated on having a #1 lock-down corner. Without Revis the jets could be in serious trouble on the defensive side of the football.

 

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Topics: Bilal Powell, Bob Montgomery, Darelle Revis, Ground And Pound, Joe Mcknight, Mark Sanchez, NFL, NY Jets, Quinton Coples, Terrance Ganaway, Tony Sparano, Wayne Hunter

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