I wasn't so sure during the game, but now that it is over and I look back, I think the Jets just plain won today. It wasn't flukey, they beat the Patriots, and that feels good. Mind you, for whatever reason, it doesn't make me supremely confident going to Pitt next weekend. Today made it more clear than before that stopping the Pats requires stopping Brady. I have been around football a long time, I can't stand ball watchers and I hate it when the TV people give 1 player all the credit...but with the Pats it really does come down to Brady. At least this year because they struggled a bit on D. When he is off, the team is off. Maybe that is the case for all teams but when you're at the elite level like the Pats are, and specifically the elite level Brady is at, being able to limit him is what gives you your chance. If you can't do it, you have no chance. I think the Pats should use at least 1 of their first round picks on a defensive player. I really, truly hope they don't go after a first round RB because I have so much respect for Danny Woodhead and want him to be successful. I want that guy to wear a SB ring one day. For all the talk about the talk...I think people need to understand that a lot of the quotes are taken out of context....they're sarcasm that's not represented properly in the press or a fragment of a statement that is selected to give a writer (who is a journalism major, not an athlete) an interesting article. At the end of the day, all the players and coaches do is answer honestly, and they have the freedom to be blunt or be vague...but as Rex said all week...all season really, he and the team respect their opponent. As you saw at mid-field today between Bill and Rex, there is a lot of respect there and at the end of the day, it's football, it is competition. As emotional as fans get about it, I think you're better served to have a technical understanding of the game so that you can analyze the on-field action for yourself....when you watch football for the football, and know about blocking, d-line play, and coverage calls, the talk doesn't matter...the game does.