Enough of all of the analysis over how we blew the Colts game. It's time to move on. Jets come to Foxboro on Sunday. A lot of things have changed since we lost 16-9 in New Jersey: 1. Tom Brady is back full force. He was vintage Brady in the Colts game, spreading the ball around to 8 different receivers. He has 19 TDs and just 6 INTs in 9 games, is 2nd in the NFL in passing yardage has completed almost 2/3 of his pass attempts, and has a rating over 100. 2. Wes Welker will be playing. He missed the first Jets game. 3. The long passing game has returned. It was a thing of beauty in the 2nd quarter against the Colts. 4. Sebastian Vollmer has emerged as a bona fide future franchise LT, and brings a dimension of power and physicality that Matt Light never had. 5. Joey Galloway is gone, and we have multiple guys besides Moss and Welker who have contributed as receivers. 6. Lawrence Maroney is running with an attitude. 7. Jerod Mayo is back, and Gary Guyton has matured. 8. Derrick Burgess is beginning to show signs of life. 9. Brandon McGowan has taken over the starting S spot opposite Brandon Meriweather, and Meriweather & McGowan have emerged as an elite safety tandem. 10. Patrick Chung and Darius Butler are becoming forces to be reckoned with on the defense. The secondary has come together as a formidable unit, and is producing big plays and turnovers. Meanwhile, the Jets have regressed since week 2, when they were coming off a dominant opening win against Houston and were full of confidence. Now they have their tail between their legs and are whipped. Mark Sanchez has thrown 12 INTs and just 9 TDs, with a passer rating of 66.5. The Jets are 1-3 in the conference and 4-5 overall, and a loss would pretty much finish them. Lots to look forward to.