Darrelle Revis and Richard Sherman have their own unique strengths and weaknesses, and both are all-world cornerbacks. That’s something we can all agree on.

It might be debatable which one is better, but it’s not debatable who will have a tougher time containing a scrambling quarterback in Super Bowl XLIX. As great a legend as Tom Brady is, the three-time champion have never struck fear into defenders with his legs. Russell Wilson, by contrast, can beat teams with his legs as well as his arm.

Matt Chatham breaks down what Revis and the New England Patriots defense need to do to contain the Seattle Seahawks signal-caller in his latest entry on Football by Football.

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