In any other season, including 3 Championship ones, fans wouldhave hopped on here Monday morning singing the praises of our team of destiny. This year, most reaction was either negative or neutral. Such is the way it goes when you own the league. I felt our defense simply dominated. The Jets wouldn't have scored an offensive TD if we played straight through until Tuesday. It kinda sucked watching the O hamstrung by the elements, but only because we've become accustomed to putting up huge point totals, and because we are waiting for Brady and Moss' TD records. It was very nice to see good play from some guys who have been inured or in a lesser role. Nice to see Seymour and Wilson put 6 on the board early on, and both play well all day. Nice to see Maroney have a game where we emphasized the run, and he ran very well. I saw Smith, Woods and Alexander in on defense on a few plays. The catch by Moss is one of the 3 best I've seen all year, and I'm trying to figure out if thats the best 3 by Moss or anyone.... For all those 'experts' talking about how our wide open passing offense could be harmed by weather in the playoffs.....have they forgotten, we've gone to 3 SBs playing DEFENSE in that weather, and our defense looks like it will do the same job this time around. The Jets have created a new BLUEPRINT. How to beat the Patriot defense: Pull out a 1973 college football playbook, and runa play from it. You will gain 49 yards while the defense lapses into laughing at the play. Of course you can only do it once, because they hammer you every time you try it again. I've been impressed with James Sanders all season. He has gone unnoticed but played great at safety. Curiously, I didnt miss him on Sunday. Was it just me, or did everyone else think we coulda/shoulda/woulda intercepted Pennington about 7 times? On to the next victim.