New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis took some heat on social media after he allowed Buffalo Bills wide receiver to complete an 84-yard touchdown. One of those critics was free agent but likely-soon-to-be Cavalier J.R. Smith.

The Pro Football Hall of Fame is located in Canton, Ohio, and Revis fired back at Smith by saying he was heading towards the Hall of Fame. No offense to Smith, but he’s not going to be a Hall of Famer by the end of his career, and Revis used that as a shot back at Smith.

Smith then took a bit of a softer approach, saying he was looking out for Revis and not to be so sensitive.

That caused Revis to fire back with his own response saying that Smith isn’t in the position to give advice to him since he’s never played pro football.

Well, Smith certainly didn’t get on Revis’ good side, but both sides will just move on as Revis’ Jets play the Kansas City Chiefs and Smith pursues a contract with the Cavs and the start of training camp.