Over the years we've heard the BB really likes vets on his D because of the complexity of the D, mostly the disguises and pre-snap movement. Monday night, it appeared to me that the team was doing a lot more moving around on D than we've seen all year, trying to confuse Sanchez and the Jets' O. So my theory (or question) is, has BB played a much more vanilla D this year because he was afraid of confusing the youth he has on that side of the ball? And if so, was Monday night BB's declaration that the D is finally ready to play his style of deception? Again, this could all be BS, but if BB is finally comfortable enough with his D that the playbook is now fully engaged, we could see something special going forward.