I can't remember the last time the Pats dominated both lines of scrimmage to that degree. A remarkable, staggering effort by the D-line. Sure, the game was punctuated by 2 circus catch TDs, but I expect the secondary's tackling to improve. The key element I drew from this game is the amazing talent the Pats have accumulated on the O and D lines. Maroney is not a fluke. Jackson's talent was eye-popping. If CJ continues to improve in two weeks he should be starting. DThomas looked very smooth. The only negatives IMO in this game were (1)Brady, (2)Gabriel, (3)Gostkowski and (4)tackling in the secondary. (1)Brady became careless with the ball once the Pats got a big lead, as though he were experimenting and trying to get Gabriel a catch. (2)Gabriel dropped a TD. (3)Gostkowski learned that he's not in Kansas (or Memphis) anymore, and players have rockets on their shoes when they jump in the NFL. (4)The secondary became overly emotional and aggressive, which led to poor open field tackling. Otherwise a solid effort with correctable learning points. Brady's problems will be helped once CJ becomes full integrated in the offense. He's just that much more talented than the other WRs.