The obvious, Moss, Thomas, Welker, Brady, OL looked great, Jets were overmatched in the trenches. This was one of the most dominant efforts of the BB era. Everything unit and part of the gameplan worked very well. The first impression I got from this game was that we have enormously imporved the WR postion, compared to any set of WRs we have ever had. The biggest special characteristic of Brady has always been quickness through progressions, a good decision making process about what 'open' means, and getting rid of the ball quickly once he has made that decision. More than in any game I remember, Bradys first read actually got open consistently. There were many time that he dropped and was hurrying to throw the ball because the first read was open. There were others as well where he had plenty of time to do what he does and checkdown, and again, someone was ALWAYS open. (We have grown used to seeing Brady make the right decision and throw the ball away a decent amount of the time, I remember few if any yesterday) Its one game, but the first impression is that what Brady has accomplished as a QB was to extent handicapped by a mediocre group of receivers who struggled to get open, with Brady overcoming that problem. Remove that problem and give him receivers who consistently get open, and this could be frightening. Yesterday could be a harbinger of what this pass offense will be. If receviers get open as readily as they did yesterday, Bradys production will be better than ever. On top of this, when he is checking down, he is finding more open receivers. We totally dominated physically as well, on both sides of the ball. I can't imagine a game going any other way that this that would be more optimisitc.