Players love to say “It’s not about the money.”
Darrelle Revis is not one of those players.

The ex-Jets cornerback — who was traded to the Buccaneers in the offseason and promptly signed an extension that will pay him $16 million this season and $98 million over the length of the six-year deal — said early Monday morning that losing, but having more money, in Tampa Bay is better than winning, and earning less, with Gang Green.

In the hours after the Jets’ surprising 26-20 win over the Saints, Jason Owen, a self-described Jets fan, tweeted, “Back in the good old days when @Revis24 played for a team that mattered. Wonder if 12MM per and Rex as a coach has any merit vs Schaino & 16MM.”