FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- One thing you can say about Jason Hill, the Jaguars wide receiver, is that he sure isn't overhyped. As Darrelle Revis said when he was told that Hill had used the word "overhyped" about Revis and New York players in general: "I don't even know who that dude is. What's his name again?"
Hill authored the latest chapter in the classic small vs. big market contretemps when he said of Revis earlier this week, "He's just made a lot more plays on TV than we've made, being here in Jacksonville. Him personally, he's a good player, a Pro Bowl player. I'm trying to make it to the Pro Bowl, too. This'll be a good game to put some notches in our belts."
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Maybe, maybe not. Hill's niche might be on the sideline. Although he returned to practice Friday after having missed the previous two days with a hip injury, he was listed as doubtful for the 1 p.m. game Sunday at MetLife Stadium.
"I hope he plays so we can see on Sunday," Revis said after Jets practice Friday. "That's my biggest concern. He needs to go on the field Sunday so he can back it up. He's trying to get in the paper, I guess. I don't know.
"Whatever he said, that's his opinion. Like I said, I don't know who the guy is, I don't care what he says.''
Revis doesn't deny there is a difference between playing in New York and Jacksonville. "When you're in a big market, this is what happens. You're in the newspaper every day. I mean, we're one of the best teams in the league. You get all the TV time," he said. "People are always going to come here and try to test you. I laugh at it."
Rex Ryan was bemused when he heard Hill might not even play Sunday. "You're kidding, right?" the Jets coach said, adding, "I can tell Jason Hill this, and anybody else: There's a lot of good receivers in the league and all that, but the best corner in football, and it's not close, is Darrelle Revis.''
Still, shouldn't Revis have known that Hill usually is a starter? "If you gave him his number, he'd know," Ryan said. "That's how he studies film.''
Hill, a five-year veteran, wears No. 83.
David Harris (toe) is questionable, but Ryan said he feels good about Harris' chance of playing. The coach didn't say the same about the other two questionable Jets, wide receiver Santonio Holmes (knee, quad) and safety Eric Smith (ankle). With the Jets in throwback mode, preparing to wear N.Y. Titans blue Sunday, Ryan complimented Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew by calling him a combination of Jim Nance and Emerson Boozer, a couple of old AFL rushers . . . Jaguars tight end Marcedes Lewis is doubtful, which might be a relief to the Jets, who have struggled against versatile tight ends.