Nine keys to New York Jets' season

Now that Gang Green has Revis back, it's off to the Super Bowl, right? Not exactly...

Updated: September 7, 2010, 1:24 PM ET
By Rich Cimini | ESPNNewYork.com

1. Preparing Revis Island: Darrelle Revis is back after a five-week holdout and, barring an injury in practice, will be in the starting lineup for the season opener. Even though he stayed in shape while he was away, Revis will need three or four weeks before he's sharp. Basically, the first four games will be his training camp. Still, Revis at 90 percent is better than most.

2. Grounding and pounding: The Jets changed two vital elements in their league-leading running attack.They ...

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