....go 3 wide, and I mean wide. Tate wide left, Welker and Branch wide right. Hernandez on the line, Woodhead in the backfield, Brady under center. I send Hernandez in motion out towards Tate , who is hugging the sideline. Brady will be able to read if a LB sticks to Hernandez or a S drops into Hernandez' space. So the Patriots are now 4 (very)wide with a read on coverage. I expect Revis and Cromartie to be bunched up on Welker and Branch far right. The strategy....I'm sending Tate deep down the left sideline, I'm sending whoever is NOT being covered by Revis deep down the right sideline. Revis will play man without help, probably on Welker, who will work a short route that keeps the center of the field clear. Hernandez I have working a mid crossing route into a wide open center of the field...he is the key. Cover him with a safety, and at least one deep threat WR should have single CB coverage with no S help. Cover Hernandez with a LB and there is a mismatch that may need S help. The snap...Having read how the Jets deal with the TE, Brady makes the call....draw play or play action. I like Woodhead's chances now. The Jets have to be focused on the 4 WRs with 4 DBs and 2 Safeties or 3DBs, 2 Safeties and a LB covering Hernandez. Woodhead now has opportunities vs a cleared out center of the field. Draw play with only 1 LB left at the line, screen pass on a blitz, blitz pick up giving Brady time to find 1 on 1 coverage or a mismatch. If the Jets play zone, mistakes will get made and a WR will be uncovered. Woodhead is the X factor here...he is just too dam quick for a LB, running or catching. The Jets may pull a DL at this point, replacing with another LB...which in turn gives Brady better run play opportunites in this scheme. I would also expect the Jets to give Woodhead the Marshall Faulk treatment , pounding him the backfield if he tries to release. If the Patriots have any success running in this game, play action (freezing the Safeties) in this formation will give Brady some deep options that have not be utilized since Moss left...hit 'em where they least expect it.