I'll get this thread started, while I can't promise or deliver the same kind of analysis BOR does. I began a re-watch last nite, and I could only stomach the quarter of the game for now. But here are some initial thoughts garnered from that: Run blitzing Maroney: After two successful runs by Maroney, the Jets began to run blitz LoMo. At some point, I hope to see more play-action with Maroney, as teams are clearly respecting #39 and are stacking the box against him. Should we run the ball more? Reiss made a comment in his mailbag yesterday that he didn't see any instances of where we could've run the ball more. I agree, to some extent. We were putting ourselves in 1st and long (penalties) or 2nd & 3rd and long (penalties, incompletions). But there was a play on the 2nd drive, I believe, where the Jets countered our spread by putting in 2 DL and a few LBs hanging around in the box, which would've made it easy to run on. I hope to see us run out of the spread more in the upcoming weeks, so far, its been successful, and its easy to see why. Brady under pressure: Obviously, I'll have to watch the second half of this game to get a good idea of what was going on. But on the first couple of drives, a man broke free twice. Once (2nd & 10 on drive #2), Brady got the ball off quick to Galloway, and on the other (3rd & 7 on drive #1), he basically threw it away (in Baker's direction). On one or two plays - so far - when Brady was pressured, he did look flat-footed and his throws were off. Does it have to do with the knee? I don't know. In general, I think he looked OK and a lot of the offensive problems were tied to penalties & miscues, and the talk about his rust is overdone. The refs sucked. OK, again, I'm only a quarter in, but these refs were very inconsistent. The holding calls on Baker & Neal that butchered our first scoring drive were no worse than what Lito Sheppard got away with on Joey Galloway on a 3rd down pass on drive #2. This new emphasis on holding is a problem if it doesn't extend to the rest of the field. Receivers can't get mauled at the line of scrimmage and then O-lineman get called for holds that wouldn't have been called a year ago. I intend to watch more over the next few days and will share my reactions if it generates any discussion.