The Dolphins don't have a top threat at wide receiver, but the Revis effect was felt in full this past Sunday against the Steelers, when both cornerbacks Antonio Cromartie and Kyle Wilson each gave up receptions on five of five passes thrown in their respective directions.
The Jets' defensive game plan will likely focus on taking away running back Reggie Bush, but Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill looked to be getting in rhythm with wide receiver Brian Hartline last week. The Dolphins don't feature a top threat at wide receiver, so Hartline could be the one drawing Revis' attention.
Here's some more news, notes and analysis around the AFC East this Friday morning.
Bleacher Report Dolphins featured columnist Alessandro Miglio gives us his defensive strategy for the Dolphins to shut down the Jets.
New York Jets
Kristian Dyer of TheJetsBlog.com reports that Revis may not be the only one eyeing a return on Sunday—safety Eric Smith is hoping to make a comeback in Miami.
Chris Brown of BuffaloBills.com writes that the Bills' offense has evolved into a versatile attack, capable of doing damage in both the running and passing game.
Tim Graham of The Buffalo News writes that Bills safety Jairus Byrd is recovering from his mysterious foot injury.
Erik Frenz is the AFC East lead blogger for Bleacher Report. Be sure to follow Erik on Twitter and "like" the AFC East blog on Facebook to keep up with all the updates. Unless specified otherwise, all quotes are obtained firsthand.