Have any thoughts? VW says they look the same in what ever their offense does. He's says sound fundamentals technique are most important against a team like this. Reiss has a link to some experts who say PATS won't be able to defend Texan's play-action. New England Patriots Blog - ESPN Boston Didn't the greatest show on turf, 2001 Rams, use a lot of play action? Didn't PATs put a spy, I think it was Willy, on the RB which made life real difficult for M.Faulk? Would a RB spy work here? If so who? Mayo? If the play becomes a pass Mayo is pass rusher otherwise plays run D. But how to keep Mayo free so he has space to pursue? So any ideas here?