Revis limited Moss to four catches for 24 yards, with a long of 9 yards, in what appeared to be a monumental statement game for the Jets in Week 2.
Afterward, Moss suggested it's not tough for a cornerback to shut down any receiver when talented safeties are hovering behind. Revis insisted he covered Moss one-on-one. Patriots coach Bill Belichick and Jets defensive coordinator Mike Pettine said otherwise this week.
Revis still reacted as though he took care of Moss by himself.
"Everyone saw the game," Revis said Wednesday on a conference call with Patriots reporters. "Everybody knows I was in man coverage. That was the case.
"He's supposed to say [Revis had help] because that wasn't his day. He got shut out and was frustrated about it, which is cool. I don't have anything against him. I still think he's one of the best receivers in the league. When we go up against each other, it's great competition. So if he says that, that's on him."
Moss responded on Friday
"I don't feed into talking and all that crazy stuff," Moss told Boston Herald reporter Karen Guregian. "I'm a 12-year vet. So that stuff don't bother me. My biggest thing is, when you talk like that, you better back it up. So, we’ll see. We'll see what goes down."
Moss acknowledged what happened in Week 2 -- the Jets won 16-9 at the Meadowlands -- will be a motivator Sunday in Gillette Stadium.
"We haven’t forgotten what happened the last game," Moss told Guregian. "So we still keep that in mind. We look for a dogfight. I think it's going to be a good game. It's a division game. I don't know how far they are behind us, but this is an important game. So we want it. They want it. We'll just see what happens."