One thing to look for as we head to the playoffs is the rhythm of the passing game. If we see Brady look, look, look then pass or throw it away, that's our offense. If he starts staring, or looking around like he's lost, we're in trouble. Sure, guys can get open and he can find them, (Gabriel, Jackson early season), but that's not our offense and it breaks down into a mess after a while. Some offenses have star receivers and QBs that look for them to get open. Our's doesn't. To change it would take at least a training camp. I think in the Viking's game they sold out to the run so much, they didn't try to throw the rhythm off our game and receivers easily ran routes where and when they were supposed to. The trick is running it against a team that knows us, (Jets, Miami). That's when Tom needs all his options available and precise. Thoughts?