When the New York Jets traded top cornerback and fan favorite Darrelle Revis to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this offseason they opened themselves up to plenty of scrutiny.

On Sunday when Revis returns to MetLife Stadium to face the Jets it could provide some clarity into the question of whether the Jets made a mistake in trading one of the league's premier defenders.

"I don't know" Revis said on a conference call when asked if the Jets made a mistake in trading him. "I think that's a question that maybe you need to ask [GM] John Idzik or Rex [Ryan] or Woody Johnson."

After six seasons with the Jets Revis could face his former team for the first time on Sunday when the Buccaneers travel to MetLife Stadium.

Revis who tore his ACL last season doesn't know for sure if he will play Sunday as he continues to recover from the ACL tear but he said Wednesday after he had a full practice that he's slated to play. Tampa Bay coach Greg Schiano said he will let Revis decide if he can suit up.

"I had a great six years there and now I have to move on" Revis said. "I got a new start ahead of me with a new team and I'm excited to be a Buccaneer."

The Jets made a franchise-altering move when they decided to trade Revis for the 13th pick in the 2013 NFL draft which they used to select defensive lineman Sheldon Richardson and a conditional pick in next year's draft. Revis perhaps the best lock-down corner in the NFL was arguably the most popular Jet and a main reason why the Jets were always a top defensive team during his tenure.