Darrelle Revis responds to a comment made on social media about his greatness and also touches upon Colin Kaepernick’s call on not standing during the National Anthem.
With the third preseason game in the bag, the Jets somehow let it slip out of their hands. We know what you’re thinking, “It’s only preseason.” We caught up with Jets Darrelle Revis (our sincere apologies for the quality of the video) as we asked him about his cornerback position and his opinion in regards to Colin Kaepernick’s decision to not stand during the national anthem.
Are you ready for Week 1? From the looks of it, many people are because even the tailgaters were out during the Giants and Jets preseason game. Playfully called The MetLife Bowl, both teams got off to a slow start but nonetheless, many things were shown off. We saw the Jets special teams block a punt by the Giants. The defensive line wasn’t afraid to take Eli Manning down. Christian Hackenberg was also in the building as he got his wet with an impressive touch down.
During the post game conference, we got a chance to speak to Darrelle Revis who was impressive during the game. A few people on social media called him the best cornerback in a the game. Revis responded to that comment as well as shared his thoughts on Kaepernick’s decision to sit down during the National Anthem.
The Jets next and final preseason game is on September 1 against the Eagles.