Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis has responded to criticism from Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall, who claimed the defender receives favoritism from the officials. Marshall said the "Jordan Rule" applies to Revis. He believes game officials don't call pass-interference or holding penalties on Revis because of who he is. "Just to speak on the 'Jordan Rule,' or whatever it's called, the Kobe Bryant rule, you know, both sides do things all the time," Revis said Thursday. "One thing that Brandon Marshall does on routes is pushes off, but I'm not going to use that as a throwback. It's just something I know in his game that he does." Revis believes Marshall, who has 76 catches for 1,164 yards and six touchdowns this season, should be the last player talking about extra contact. "Yes, I think Brandon is, by far, the most physical receiver in the league," said Revis, who stepped in front of a pass intended for Marshall and returned it 100 yards for a touchdown in Week 6. "Like I said, we always have these matches and it's great. Even when I played him a couple of years ago when he was in Denver, (he was) a complete receiver. He can catch all the balls and run all the routes. He's just physical all the time."
Revis Doesn't Buy Into Marshall's 'Jordan Rule' Claim