"That might be some teams, but I don't think that's going to be our philosophy," Ryan said, via Newsday. "I can't even lie and say, 'Oh, yeah, no, absolutely we're attacking him.' I don't see that happening. We know what kind of talent he is. All Jets fans know what kind of talent he has. If I had my way, he would rest one more week."
Ryan has immense respect for Revis, coming back from a torn ACL, but he wouldn't be the first coach to deviate from his public comments in the name of gamesmanship.
Offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg was more coy on the subject, offering only "we'll see" when asked if he would adhere to the "Revis Rules" that mandate avoiding the lockdown cornerback's side of the field.