I would provide over the top help for Chad and TJ Force the #3 option to beat you over the middle and force/invite them to run the ball. I'd also throw in double teams in situations which the Bengals have shown to favor either receiver... IE 2nd and long, TJ gets the ball 47% of the time, as opposed to Chad who gets it 33% of the time in those situations. Of course, disguise coverages, while showing blitz is a standard patriots practice which I think will be over-emphasized tonight given the lack of stability of the Bengal's o-line (they rotate 8 o-linemen). A cohesive unit has enough issues trying to block the Pats but this one should have more trouble given a lack of consistent play together and unfamiliarity. Keeping the offense on the field should also be the #1 focus. Last year Maroney had his best day on the ground against them which would align with the keep away strategy (127 yards). This will also help minimize turnovers via INT which their defense is good at getting. So a pretty standard formula of run, run, run, run, play action to moss. I also think they will be susceptible to screens/ draws given the nature of a young/fast/undisciplined defense. What do you guys think?