Antonio Cromartie silenced Randy Moss in the second half of Sunday's 28-14 win over the Patriots. The corner's next challenge might be locking down Brandon Marshall Sunday in Miami.
Cromartie could be bumped to the No. 1 cornerback slot after Darrelle Revis' MRI yesterday revealed a strained left hamstring. It's the same injury that limited the All-Pro last week in practice and forced him to miss the second half of Sunday's game.
"They said it could take one or two weeks, or it could take a week," said Revis, who was burned by Moss for a 34-yard touchdown late in the first half against New England. "It depends on how my body recovers."
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Neither Revis nor coach Rex Ryan officially ruled him out for Week 3, but it appears imminent.
“It’s not pulled or anything,” Revis said. “It’s just a strained hamstring and you just have to rest it. It takes time with a strained hamstring.”