I have only seen a few replays, but I did see the presure the D was getting. From what I saw, it looked like missed assignments The first pick goes as follows. 1. Ball is snapped. 2. Titans rush 4. 3. The center and right gaurd engage the left defensive tackle. 4. The right offensive tackle engages the left defensive end 5. The left guard engages the left defensive tackle. 6. The right defensive end runs behind the back of the right tackle who is already engaged by the offensive guard. 7. When Matt Light sees this, he just joins the left guard blocking the right defensive tackle (he didn't need any help.. 8. So at this point the defensive end goes right up the middle untouched, and you know the rest. On the second pick,it goes like this. 1. Ball is snapped. 2. Titans rush 4. 3. The right offensive gaurd takes on the left defensive tackle. 4. The right offensive tackle pushes the left defensive end to the inside of the left defensive tackle, who is still engaged with the right offensive guard. 5. The right offensive tackle then just disengages the left defensive end and runs to help block the left defensive tackle. 6. So now no one is blocking the left defensive end anymore and he just regains his balance, and rushes Brady. My point is this. This can be fixed. Granted I did not see a lot of plays, but on the plays I did see, it was not that the offensive line was getting out muscled. In fact, on all the plays I saw the Pats O-line looked stronger then the defensive line (not as fast, but stronger). Now, those of you who saw more then the highlights, maybe you saw them get tossed around. I can't speak for that. Please feel free to add any other analysis for those of us who couldn't see the whole game. But to me, it just seemed like the o-line needs to work on the scheme. Which can be fixed. Please post your thoughts!