Jet Now Have Super Defense : Revis Starting and Kyle Wilson Nickel Back

Keith BennettCorrespondent ISeptember 7, 2010

NEW YORK - APRIL 25:  2010 New York Jets first round draft pick Kyle Wilson looks on before the the New York Mets play the Atlanta Braves on April 25, 2010 at Citi Field in the Flushing neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City.  (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
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 The Jets defense just receive a hugh boost when cornerback Darrelle Revis, was signed a week before the season opener. Rookie first-round pick Kyle Wilson fill in very well during the preseason. The Jets defense hardly miss Revis when Wilson started at corner. The Jets defense led the NFL in numerous defensive categories last season, including overall defense. The Jets pass defense allow only eight touchdown passes last season. This is without Kyle Wilson and Antonio Cromartie on the roster last year. Now NFL teams will run the ball more on the Jets, since they added these super cornerbacks to the team. Kyle Wilson depends on his speed to shut down receivers and sack the QB. Wilson is a ball hawk like teammates Antonio Cromartie and Revis. Revis, the best defensive player on the Jets team and the NFL to some people has pull the Jets closer to a Super Bowl by signing this weekend. Rex Ryan knew he need Revis the whole season to get to the playoffs. Rookie cornerback Kyle Wilson said he looking forward to working  with Revis after filling in for him during camp and the preseason. Jets management say Wilson conducts himself more like a veteran than a rookie.