"I think it's a smart move if they do move him and get value," Johnson told Newsday's Bob Glauber. "He's not going to win any games for you. He's a defensive back who will shut down the top receiver, but the ball is not in his hands. The Jets need more than a top corner. They need some pieces. If he gives them the value to get those pieces, then move him."
That "ball-is-not-in-his-hands" line is classic Keyshawn. We understand the thought process behind filling several needs, but it's a little naive to say Revis can't win a game -- or at least have a major role in a victory. Shutting down a Calvin Johnson or Brandon Marshall or Dez Bryant or Reggie Wayne certainly is a big step toward beating their teams.
"It's a bad football team, and the quarterback doesn't know if he's coming or going," Johnson said. "One minute, he wants to be Hollywood. The next, he wants to be a quarterback. Can't do both, son."
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"Two No. 1s is hard to get for a non-quarterback," Johnson said. "You've got to find a real sucker. But if you do, then take it."