It's a matchup likely to decide who wins Sunday's New York-Oakland affair, a critical midseason battle for two teams still kicking in the AFC playoff hunt.
After watching Cooper become the first rookie with three 100-yard receiving outings in his team's first six games since Mike Ditka in 1961, the Jets aren't taking the fourth overall pick lightly.
"He's a talent, man," Revis said of Cooper, per NJ Advance Media. "He makes plays. Overall, he can play. He's one of the premier guys coming up in the league."