A poster on another Board said that Hobbs had dropped the ball and revealed that the Pats were trying to put a defense to counter the dink and dunk. It is very interesting to hear Hobbs' comment. The fear I had of the Jets is that their ONE and ONLY strength, is directed at the (purposeful) weakness of the Pats Defense. The Pats want to keep plays in front of them, so they allow the dink and dunk, while working to stop the big play and the run. They believe in normal circumstance that a drive will die because of a penalty, drop, screw up, or the Defense actually stopping a play. But the ONLY thing the Jets do well is Opie's great ability to complete lots of 5 yard completions on 3 & 4; and 7 yard completions on 3 & 6. He can do this so consistently that that they can break the "bend don't break". The Jets are the also the least penalized team in football, so a penalty screw up doesn't happen very often. In the last game they had two drives for 10 of their 17 points that went for almost 30 plays taken together and both led to scores. They won. In the earlier game two big plays merely made the rout from 24-3 to 24-17 look closer, as I recall. Strength against weakness is a bad recipe. I'm glad that BB is trying to do something about it.