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No competition here. Not only is Revis the best corner in the league and the best player on the entire Jets roster, he is the best defender in the game.
Usually, when a team has a top-end corner, such as Champ Bailey or Corey Webster, it plays single-coverage with the other team's No. 2 receiver, rolling coverage to the top receiver.
What makes Revis unique is that he can handle the game's top receivers on his own with incredible consistency. It is a strange sight to see him let up just a few completions in a game. What is even more impressive is how he does this in today's age of pass-first offense with rules slanted toward the other side of the ball.
By the time Revis is done, he will be known as the best corner in NFL history.