If he does, it will be a mistake.
Revis is going to have to pull double duty in this game—not only does he have to shut down Tebow's top target in Eric Decker, he also has to cover the run.
All the talk right after the Broncos/Kansas City Chiefs game was about how Tebow only threw the ball a total of eight times, connecting on only two passes.
What wasn't mentioned as much was how Denver ran the ball 55 times for 244 yards, gaining 4.4 yards each attempt.
The New York Jets have to stop the Broncos' run game and try to force Tebow to throw. Here's how they can do this.