Hard Knocks: Darrelle Revis and the Top 10 Dramas We Can't Wait To See

RM Herold@@BR_RollinFeatured ColumnistAugust 11, 2010

Hard Knocks: Darrelle Revis and the Top 10 Dramas We Can't Wait To See

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    EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - NOVEMBER 29:  Kerry Rhodes #25 of the New York Jets celebrates his second interception of the game against the Carolina Panthers with teammate Darrelle Revis #24 on November 29, 2009 at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
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    The fun starts tonight.

    The New York Jets premiere tonight on HBO's "Hard Knocks."

    Steve Trout, the show's director, says they are calling it "'Hard Knocks' hits Broadway."

    There is no telling what we are going to see on this show.

    The possibilities are endless.

    Here are some of the things we might get if we are lucky.

10. Mark

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    He is the second coming of Broadway Joe, right? Well, let's see him start acting like it.

    I also expect Sanchez to predict a Super Bowl victory and the score of the game.

9. Jamie Lynn Sigler Runs Back to Mark's Side

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    By all accounts their short term relationship seems to be over, but how dramatic would it be if Jamie Lynn ran back to him, to give him the support he needs to start the season?

    It can happen.

    She dated Turtle.

8. Woody Johnson Makes Other Declarations

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    Jets Owner Woody Johnson made headlines this week by saying he doesn't see his superstar cornerback playing this year.

    Well I predict with the cameras rolling tonight he declares that Revis is overrated and anyone can play cornerback.

    He then goes out there and proves it by participating in defensive drills.

7. Rex Ryan Makes More Bold Predictions

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    INDIANAPOLIS - JANUARY 24:  Rex Ryan, head coach of the New York Jets, throws a pass during warm-ups before playing against the Indianapolis Colts during the AFC Championship Game at Lucas Oil Stadium on January 24, 2010 in Indianapolis, Indiana.  (Photo
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    With the camera in his face Rex tries to bite his tongue but he can't resist.

    After a great practice, Rex is so excited that he boldly predicts that the Jets will repeat next year.

    He also predicts that during the post Super Bowl celebration, three drunken fans will get too close to him and he will have to kill them.

    With his bare hands.

    That's how Rex rolls.

6. Fireman Ed

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    Fireman Ed will declare that he is now a Giants fan because the team won't sign Revis.

    He cusses the team, coaches and management out and walks away.

    Only to return with Ashton Kutcher and the "PUNK'D" team in tow.

    He then leads the team in a boisterous rendition of the  "J-E-T-S!" chant.

5. Ladainian Tomlinson

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    Refusing to be overshadowed by the other team personalities, LT screams into the camera that he not only will be starting at running back but he will challenge for the rushing title this year.

    Coach Ryan waits for him to walk away before making the "crazy" sign around his head into the camera and rolling his eyes.

4. Jason Taylor

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    In a quiet moment away from the other teammates Taylor tells reporters that he has always loved the Jets, even when he was in Miami.

    He later admits to the camera that he also hopes to start at running back and possibly lead the league in rushing.

3. Braylon Edwards Clears up Cleveland Browns Statement

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    INDIANAPOLIS - JANUARY 24:  Wide receiver Braylon Edwards #17 of the New York Jets celebrates in the endzone after catching an 80-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter against the Indianapolis Colts during the AFC Championship Game at Lucas Oil Stadiu
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    When cornered and forced to explain his statement that he was too hot for Cleveland and that they didn't like him because he was flashy.

    Braylon clears it up by saying "I didn't say none of that. My only problem with those fans in Cleveland is that they take dropped passes way too seriously over there."

    He then walks away pumping his fist.

2. Rex Ryan Makes Even More Predictions

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    As the team is doing running drills, Rex sits down with the cameras and predicts the scores of every game and the records for every team in the league.

    He says he did this to prove how committed the Jets are to winning the whole thing this year.

1. Darrelle Revis

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    In a shocking move which can only happen in New York, Darrelle Revis shows up wearing his uniform and stares down at Jets Owner Woody Johnson from the stands.

    He takes his helmet off, points at the older man then leaves.

    Johnson shrugs, unimpressed, and goes back to finishing his cornerback drills with the rest of the DB's.

    Hard Knocks, people...

    Broadway-style!

    Don't miss it!