Generic recipe for any team facing the Pats: 1. Get pressure on Brady. Brady has been uncharacteristically inaccurate when under pressure. The right side of the OL and the middle have been particularly susceptible to pressure. Do it anyway you can - we the DL, with blitzes, changing up formations, etc. 2. Double down on Welker and Moss. Double both of them. Welker is the cog that makes the offense go. Moss gets frustrated and takes himself out of the game when doubled. Brady no longer spreads the ball around like he used to (especially if he is under pressure), he just tried to force it to Welker and Moss. 3. Spread the ball around on offense. The Pats have some teriffic young playmakers in their secondary, but they get no pressure up front. Your QB will have plenty of time to make reads and find the open guy. They can't cover everyone. As a general rule, finding whoever is not being covered by Bodden or Butler will likely be successful.