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Darrelle Revis all but ruled out, spoiling showdown vs. Odell Beckham Jr.

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Revis not expected to play vs. Giants (0:55)

The NFL Insiders crew dissects how the Jets will have to plan for the Giants' offense in the wake of hearing that CB Darrelle Revis likely will not play for a second straight week because of a concussion. (0:55)

FLORHARM PARK, N.J. -- The highly anticipated Darrelle Revis-Odell Beckham Jr. showdown won't happen Sunday, as the New York Jets acknowledged Thursday that Revis is expected to miss his second straight game with a concussion.

"I don't think so," coach Todd Bowles said, commenting on whether Revis will face the New York Giants. "He didn't do anything today, so it's more than likely he won't play."

Revis has yet to practice since suffering the concussion 11 days ago. He still hasn't been cleared to attend meetings, let alone practice. On Thursday, he reported for treatment and "light exercise," according to Bowles.

After that, Revis was sent home. That, Bowles said, has been the daily routine for the star cornerback.

Beckham said he was looking forward to facing Revis.

"Just got to move on," Beckham said. "We've still got to play the Jets. It would have been fun to go against a guy like that, and it's unfortunate that he's not playing, but maybe we'll get that matchup down the road. We're still focused on playing the Jets. This is a game we need to win."

The Jets (6-5) have a cornerback crisis.

Revis' backup, Marcus Williams, hasn't practiced since he sprained an MCL in Sunday's win over the Miami Dolphins. He will be a game-time decision, but there's a good chance he won't play.

It means that third-stringer Darrin Walls or slot corner Buster Skrine will start opposite Antonio Cromartie.

"I'd be crazy to sit here and say you easily replace Darrelle Revis," defensive coordinator Kacy Rodgers said, "but with everybody pitching in and everybody bringing their traits to the table, it always helps."

Playing without Revis last week, the Jets allowed 321 passing yards and three touchdowns, but some of that was concession yardage in the fourth quarter of their blowout win.

Bowles said he doesn't have long-term concerns about Revis.

"I don't think so," he said. "It's just a matter of when he heals. ... The trainers tell me how much better he's getting every day and how he's feeling."

This is the second documented concussion of Revis' NFL career. He suffered one in the 2012 season opener and missed the next game.

ESPN Giants reporter Dan Graziano contributed to this report.