DeSean Jackson isn't worried about getting stranded on Revis Island this season.

The Washington wide receiver reminded everyone on Monday that he's a formidable playmaking threat and that no cornerback -- not even the Jets' Darrelle Revis -- can stop him.

"I don't think no one can guard me," Jackson said, according to ESPN.com, when asked about competing with cornerback Chris Culliver in practice. "It's how I feel about myself.

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"I don't feel no one can stop me. You can get Darrelle Revis, [Seahawks cornerback] Richard Sherman -- whoever you want to get."

Well, it just so happens that he'll have the opportunity to prove himself right on Oct. 18. That's when Jackson and Washington will face Revis and the Jets' revamped secondary at MetLife Stadium.

Chances are Revis will line up against the speedy receiver, and fans will be eager to see which player gets the upper hand.

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"Whatever opportunity I get to make a play, I'll make the most of my skills," said Jackson, who has averaged an NFL-best 17.68 yards per catch since entering the league in 2008 with the Eagles.

"To score touchdowns, to have energy, to light my team up, to get everyone riled up, to continue to go on the field and play at a high level. I just try to set the tempo, playing at a high level, and everyone else can follow."