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Smith vs Revis

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Newton's too smart to throw it at the best corner in the game. If Smith catches any balls, they'll be behind the line with any yards picked up being after the catch.

Things might get chippy though, if Revis starts to press him or when Smitty blocks Revis.

Really though, I'm glad this 3rd preseason game is against the Jets and Revis, as it'll allow LaFell to shine and either Pilares or Tutu to lock down the #4 WR Spot (Assuming Murphy is #3).

Newton is 23 and possibly the most physically gifted player in the league....I some how doubt he is that wise yet. He has never seen a Revis before...And I would put easy money on him going to Smitty at least once deep

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Newton is 23 and possibly the most physically gifted player in the league....I some how doubt he is that wise yet. He has never seen a Revis before...And I would put easy money on him going to Smitty at least once deep

You honestly don't think he knows how good Revis is? Really? Cam is a football head, he's watched Revis.

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steve gonna go wambammawannabana on revis

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You honestly don't think he knows how good Revis is? Really? Cam is a football head, he's watched Revis.

How could he know? He hasn't faced the leagues elite CBs yet. Yeah, film shows he is good...

Plus like I said, he is young, absurdly gifted....and has 89 to throw to. You honestly think 89 doesn't think he can make plays on Revis? You think 89 is going to tell Cam to ignore him unless he has 3 yards on Revis? Plus it is preseason.....you know Cam is going to want to see how good the true elite are.

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How could he know? He hasn't faced the leagues elite CBs yet. Yeah, film shows he is good...

Plus like I said, he is young, absurdly gifted....and has 89 to throw to. You honestly think 89 doesn't think he can make plays on Revis? You think 89 is going to tell Cam to ignore him unless he has 3 yards on Revis? Plus it is preseason.....you know Cam is going to want to see how good the true elite are.

Cam is wise enough not to do everything Steve says......

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Things won't get chippy because its a preseason game and Revis/Smith have respect for each other

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depends on how long the first team offense is kept in the game. isn't the third game usually the one where the starters play the first half and part of the third quarter? if so we should get a fairly good idea of how the offense will perform against a stout run and pass defense.

I heard 3 quarters. It could be just a full half.

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Cam is wise enough not to do everything Steve says......

True, but not to ignore him on a football field.

Jets can afford to play more one on one with Revis than your standard team. Revis may be the leagues best.....but I personally think you are crazy if you don't believe Smith AND Cam don't think they can make plays on everyone in this league. That would go against everything we have learned about both...

hey, I fully support Cam staying away. I think he should. I just think he will test the water.

Smitty can beat Revis. Seen him do it....he just didn't have a good throw on the route.

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Newton is 23 and possibly the most physically gifted player in the league....I some how doubt he is that wise yet. He has never seen a Revis before...And I would put easy money on him going to Smitty at least once deep

Yeah, he might test Revis once deep, but only because it's preseason. You've got to remember that Newton got voted into the top 100 players in the league by his peers, so I'm pretty sure he's aware of who the other all-stars are.

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