Clueless Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Greg Schiano has hurt Darrelle Revis

Schiano has managed to handcuff Revis.

Clueless Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Greg Schiano is finally planning to more frequently use standout cornerback Darrelle Revis in man coverage.

Recovered from a torn anterior cruciate ligament suffered last autumn, the 28-year-old Revis was traded from the New York Jets to Tampa Bay for the 13th overall pick in April’s draft.

“We need to make sure we’re accentuating our best players, putting them in the best position to make plays better than we have,” said Schiano, 47, who thinks he’s tougher than Balls Mahoney.

A three-time All-Pro and four-time Pro Bowler, Revis provides blanket coverage in the secondary and can prevent an offense from functioning properly.

Sitting in the basement of the NFC South at 0-7, Schiano has miserably extinguished the “Cigar City.”

However, Schiano’s biggest gaffe is how he’s misused Revis on the gridiron.

Revis signed a six-year contract worth $96 million and could have helped Tampa Bay reach the playoffs for the first time in six seasons.

Fielding the league’s 17th ranked defense and entering November, Schiano has now decided to put Revis “in the best position.”

The 2009 AFC Defensive Player of the Year has only recorded one interception and 21 tackles over seven games.

Revis’ numbers and performances have looked pedestrian because Schiano is completely rudderless.

Thanks to Greg Schiano’s ineptitude, Darrelle Revis hasn’t been “in the best position” for roughly two months.

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