Darrelle Revis says he will gives his new team secrets to help beat his former team, the Jets. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)
Don't be surprised if the New York Jets offense and defense has trouble stopping the Tampa Bay Buccaneers when the two teams play this Sunday.
Buccaneers and former Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis said he will be more than happy to tell what he knows about the Jets, a team he spent his first six seasons with before being traded this past offseason.
"I'll spill the beans and let him know what we used to run," Revis said via the Tampa Bay Times. "What things coach (Rex) Ryan might do. It's almost like stealing a little bit. That's what you've got to do. You take the information and pass it to the offensive coordinator."
The Jets receiving corps also could have issues catching passes too from the revamped Bucs secondary.
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"I know these guys," Revis said. "I played against them every day in practice. I've got a bunch of tips on those guys and the good thing about it is I've been sharing them with our secondary."