Originally Posted by franchize
Agreed.Besides,last time I checked,Moss was not only one of the best in the league but one of the best all time.No shame in getting toasted one time with a bad hammy from a sure HOFer.Revis has great catch-up speed.Much like Deion did,it doesnt matter whether you get a little ahead of him because he has that catch-up speed and excellent timing.What got him beat is that Moss got a little ahead of him and when that catch-up speed and timing would have kicked in for him to break on the ball or @ least deflect it,his hammy gave way.
I agree that this wouldn't be a problem against a lot of WR's but Randy's combination of speed, length, hands and experience plus the fact that he was not 100% made this a mistake by Revis. Moss is great in the vertical game and giving him so much space to just sprint down the field is not the ideal way to defend him. I can't wait to see this matchup on monday.