For the second week in a row, both against teams that have shown they can't stop the run, the Pats came out with a "balanced" game plan that featured spread formations and far too many passing plays. Today it was 25 runs, 37 passes. And that doesn't even count the sacks. My game plan would have been, Dillon, Dillon, Dillon, Maroney, Maroney, maybe a pass, then more Dillon. Corey Dillon had 11 carries! Are you kidding me??? Sorry, I don't agree that Josh McDaniels should take the blame. This one's on BB. He sets the game plan, Josh calls the plays. If he said on Thursday that we would run it down the Jets throats, that's what Josh would call. Bad game plan against the Colts, bad game plan against the Jets. For some inexplicable reason, BB won't feature a run-first game plan. After the game, all Bob Lobel talked about was how Brady was off his game. That wasn't the problem!!! Brady completed 68% of his passes on a sloppy field. Why didn't Corey Dillon have 25 carries? How many first down passes were called? The Jets suck in stopping the run, just like the Colts. It's too bad we never saw the Pats run roughshod over them both. BB blew it and never game them the chance.