Dear Darrelle: It's Not Me, It's You

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First a few updates:

1. It is now being widely reported that Tony Richardson will be back with the team sooner, rather than later and is going to play week one against the Ravens. This is great news, as the Jets need his leadership on offense. The Jets exact final 53 headed into the regular season may not be in stone for another day or two. I like the move to sign Patrick Turner, considering his chemistry with Mark Sanchez. However, TOJ will miss David Clowney, who was kind enough to do two interviews with us. Best of luck to the Clown. The depth chart is now updated to its current situation, with the assumption of Richardson returning.

2. My Darrelle Revis story – I spent the weekend visiting a friend out in Long Island. It was my first trip out there and we went to the Hamptons Saturday and Sunday, where TOJ enjoyed being surrounded by Jets fans for a change of pace. Anyway at about 1 AM last night, two of my friends sprinted up to me at the club we were at to break the news, at which point I began jumping up and down and yelling “Darrelle Revis!”. The DJ then cut the music and made the announcement about Revis signing, which led to cheering and countless J-E-T-S chants. I felt like I was in the stadium….I rapidly began texting everyone in my phone, which then quickly died. When I woke up this morning, I checked my friend’s phone to confirm I wasn’t imagining things from the night before and here we are.

Dear Darrelle: It’s Not Me, It’s You

Dear Darrelle:

Remember when I broke things off 5 days ago? http://turnonthejets.com/2010/09/01/dear-darrelle-its-not-you-its-me/ …I told you I could have a change of heart if you signed in the next few days, and guess what? I can’t pretend I’m not ecstatic you signed and will be part of the 2010 New York Jets run to a Super Bowl. You can’t blame me for getting mad at you for a bit this August. I want a Super Bowl. Jets fans want a Super Bowl. You weren’t helping the cause but now you are back and I can dust off that #24 jersey and actually picture us stopping teams in 3 wide sets because Dwight Lowery won’t be out there.

I am still worried about you not playing to your 2009 standards after missing all of August. Yet, you have surprised us before. I never thought I’d see Randy Moss, Steve Smith, Andre Johnson, Chad Ochocinco Johnson, and Terrell Owens completely taken out of games by one individual. I guess we will see for ourselves because we are only week out from the Baltimore Ravens on Monday Night Football. Anquan Boldin will be a nice test out of the gate but the real challenge comes in week 2 and week 3.

Randy Moss is in a contract year and you just straight up embarrassed the guy last year, along with calling him lazy in an interview. You think he will be motivated? What about Brandon Marshall in week 3? Actually, he is a head case who has been dropping everything thrown his way in recent so maybe you will be okay then. However, we need you on your game against Moss so we can come after Tom Brady at full force. New England won’t be able to stop anybody this year. They can’t run the ball but I have to admit, their passing game is going to be downright scary in 2010.

Vacation is over, 24. Every time I see a completion on you this season, I am going to get a little mad about this summer but beyond that, we are cool. So, just do what you did last year and we will be fine.

Sincerely,

Turn On The Jets

Darrelle Revis! Whooo

  • Jimi

    Re: you hating on Lowery

    I read in an article that he had the second lowest yards-per-target in the league…next to Mr Revis. Can’t be TOO bad…ha

  • Randy Yaws

    geezus!!!!! Lowery couldnt cover his mouth to sneeze

  • phil

    and Lito was top 10 as well…..scheme covers weaknesses but talent covers everyone :)

  • kevbo

    Dwight Lowery is terrible – that was evident in every single game last year. Drew Coleman is terrible too. Revis, Cromartie, and Wilson as a nickel back and 3rd WR man coverage guy is pretty good.

  • http://theblogthatruthbuilt.com Craig

    You touched on it a bit, but I am still surprised by the lack of noise concerning Revis’ workout regimen during his holdout. We know what happens to the majority of players who hold out of camp…they get hurt. Hopefully that doesn’t happen, obviously, and he did complete a full season after holding out during his rookie year, so there is precedent backing the idea that he can do it again. I just can’t see any way that he can replicate the type of work that he missed in training camp. I’m thrilled that he’s back, but I’m also worried about the possibility that he caused significant damage to his production this season.