Let me preface this by saying I am not trying to make excuses. Brady played awful. Moss was subpar. O'Brien turned into deer in headlights. The secondary was pathetic. We lost the game for all those reasons. That said, and I have noticed it through two games now, it feels like the Jets DB's style of play is to commit blatant pass interference and illegal contact on every play and hope not to get called on them. Moss was interfered with on at least two key plays by Cromartie from what I saw, and neither was called. Revis gets away with muggings all day. It seems that teams that play man, and have contact from the line of scrimmage throughout the whole route are much less likely to get called for illegal contact than a team playing soft zone, where much lesser - but more sudden - contact occurs past the 5 yard mark. Meaning, if Revis gets his hands on Moss at the LOS, the refs aren't going to call an illegal contact on him if he's still got his mitts on him 15 yards down the route. But if Butler is playing off and even gently gets a hand on a receiver running a go-route, that's a guaranteed flag.