This is hardly shocking news, but Darrelle Revis was the least burned corner in the league in 2010 according to Shutdown Corner.
Darrelle Revis, New York Jets: 33.9%, 19 burns on 56 targets, 340 yards, 4 TD, 10 passes defensed
No real surprise there, right? What's interesting to watch is that as Revis establishes himself as the no-doubt best cornerback in the game, his targets finally dropped — from 108 to 56 in a one-season span, per STATS, Inc. That's what made his 2009 even more unreal; to put up a 37% burn rate on that many targets is truly out of the stratosphere.
And Revis had a three game stretch where he was playing hurt and not himself. According to Pro Football Focus, passers throwing at Revis had a lower completion percentage than any other cornerback in the league in both 2009 and 2010. There is not much left to say. Just bow to Revis' greatness.