Eric Ortiz of NESN takes a look at part of the current 'Patriot Way'. He may not come out and say it but I will - it's obviously a polar opposite way of doing things in comparison to the way the division rival Jets are handling themselves this offseason. I suppose you could disagree about the TMZ reference in regards to Tom Brady, but that seems to be far more about their effort to follow hi, than any effort on his part to appear in tabloids. Patriots Live by Anti-TMZ Code in TMZ World, and That Could Make All the Difference - Eric Ortiz - NESN.com Donâ€™t expect to see any Patriots starring on reality TV shows anytime soon. As long as Bill Belichick is calling the shots in Foxboro, the focus will be on spread offense, creative playcalling, multiple defensive fronts, stopping the run, generating a fierce pass rush, and winning the battle of special teams and turnovers. Thatâ€™s the way it should be. Ortiz finishes with this summary: Some say this isnâ€™t the Patriotsâ€™ year. Experts have them tabbed as a middle-of-the-pack team, but before handing over the AFC East title to the Jets or Dolphins, remember the intangible of character. The Patriots have been humbled the past few years. Now, they are hungry. And they donâ€™t need tabloid headlines, wacky stunts or viral videos to spread the word. The only platform New England needs is a football field.