The New York Jets surely aren’t doing their aging corner any favors. After being burnt to a crisp by Cincinnati Bengals receiver A.J. Green less than a week ago, future Hall of Famer Darrelle Revis found himself beat deep once again.
This time it came against track star turned receiver Marquise Goodwin of the Buffalo Bills.
Tyrod goes DEEEEEEEP.@flashg88dwin beats Revis for an 84 yard TD!
— NFL (@NFL) September 16, 2016
Okay, now that’s what you would call putting your defensive back in a bad position. Seriously, there’s no reason for a player in Revis to be covering a track star.
Predictably, the play ended in an 84-yard touchdown-scoring strike from Tyrod Taylor to Goodwin. It was the longest passing play in the history of the Buffalo Bills franchise at home.
Someone get Revis Island some help, it’s sinking into the water quicker than a Tiger Woods’ drive.