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Revis likely to land in our division(Bucs)

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Citing a source with knowledge of the situation, Profootballtalk.com reports the Buccaneers are Darrelle Revis' likely landing spot if the Jets agree to terms on draft-pick compensation.

http://www.rotoworld...l-headlines?r=1

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Yes yes, Bucs. Keep trying to spend your way out of suckitude. fuging morons. I'm glad they are in our division.

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lol please. The Bucs always try to sign big FAs and we see how well that always pans out for them. They always suck no matter what

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They are taking a huge risk--not bad news. Even if they sign him, we can throw to our TEs, RBs, and #2 WR. We can run the ball. Even if he is healthy, they are giving away their future, spending their cap, on a position we can avoid.

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Wanna know who if any one receiver scares Revis? There's about 3 of em. . and 89 is on that list.

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I'd love to see him take on Cam in the open field. Come get trucked Revis...

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not worried.

it would be incentive for us to try and get another dynamic playmaking WR and boost the WR corps as a whole.

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For the price they will probably have to pay, to both the Jets and Revis himself, even at his best, the move is almost like breaking even.

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