On defense, BB has only one real choice...stop the run and make the rookie QB win the game. Stack the box to stop the run and force Sanchez to make quick decisions. Jones and Washington combined for 35 carries and 167 yards. Sanchez had only 18 completions, but averaged 15 yards/completions. I didn't see the Jets game but I can only guess that the RB success allowed alot of play action. Without Mayo, I'm concerned that the speedy RB duo will leave the OLBs vulnerable...and Keller may become a big factor if Sanchez is given time. On offense, I see a similar game plan as last night. Max protection for Brady and short passes. Ryan will be ambushing Brady 24-7, so I expect alot Faulk draws and swing passes. The screen needs to be better executed than last night. If the Pats can withstand the early onslaught and use the Jets aggressiveness against them, Brady may get some some shots down the field. Jenkins is a beast in the middle. Harris is a stud at LB. BB may decide to test Gholston on the line. Again, I expect alot of draws. I would love to hear opinions on the Jets from someone who actually saw their game 1.