The Jets gave Darrelle Revis a ton of money this past offseason, and he is worth every penny. Revis Island returned in full force last night in Indianapolis, as the corner made plays all over the field. Darrelle Revis finished the night with 2 fumble recoveries and an interception. The key recovery was on a Frank Gore fumble near the goal line. Revis spent most of the night on TY Hilton, and the receiver was held to 4 catches for 45 yards. Next week he will likely be stuck on Jordan Matthews, the second year receiver out of Vanderbilt. It is awesome to see Darrelle Revis dominating opposing wide outs in green and white once again.
2) Eric Decker/Brandon Marshall
Forgot the "Flight Boys" (Braylon, Santonio, Jericho) of the Rex Ryan days, this wide receiver duo is a lot more talented. The Colts were without their top corners and the Jets took full advantage. The Decker and Marshall combination combined for 15 catches, 198 yards, and 2 touchdowns. Eric Decker constantly made clutch catches on third down and was clearly the go-to guy for Fitzpatrick early in the game. The addition of number 15 has made him so much better. Brandon Marshall flat out dominated. He drew multiple flags, showed great moves after the catch, and pulled three defenders into the end zone on his touchdown. Eric Decker could miss this weeks game with a sprained knee, but Brandon Marshall should enjoy a big game against a weak Eagles secondary.
3) Muhammad Wilkerson
The whole contract dispute over the offseason made me forget just how good Muhammad Wilkerson is. The defensive lineman has been dominant over the first two games of the year. Last night he was in the backfield a lot. Wilkerson did not record a sack, but he finished the night with 2 quarterback hits and a couple of tackles. The Jets defensive front has looked terrific and it will only get better if Sheldon Richardson comes back.