It’s no secret that Darrelle Revis doesn’t like the New England Patriots, specifically he’s called out Billy B and Tommy B.
I’m so glad the best defensive player in the NFL is on my team!
Revis has always given his true opinion on any subject and when the media want to ask him about his rivals, he doesn’t sugarcoat it for the Pats because he feels they took it beyond winning and got personal.
“I gave my honest opinion,” Revis said about his characterizations of Belichick. “That’s how I feel. I feel that people let him slide when he says his smart remarks (on) certain things. . . . So they told me to sum it up in one word. He can take it how he wants. He can say (whatever) he wants to say back.”
“I have respect for him: Winning is winning,” Revis said on the first day of the team’s offseason conditioning program in Florham Park. “But sometimes things are disrespectful. When you say certain comments about the Jets, some stuff is disrespectful. It’s okay to have a rivalry. It’s okay to compete. But when it gets personal, you’re getting disrespectful. I didn’t start this battle. The smart remarks sometimes he says are ignorant.
“Why go there?” Revis went on.
“You won fair and square. . . . But when you start saying stuff like that, it gets too personal. You don’t have to say that. Did anybody else say anything like that?”
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