On Monday night's game, Brady and the Patriots offense dealt with Revis Island the way the United States has historically dealt Cuba -- a total embargo. Whoever Revis covered on a particular play, Brady just threw elsewhere, and thus, Revis was denied the ability to have that much of an effect on the game. I think by now, all of Patriot nation has come around to the wisdom of Belichick's offensive stimulus plan, overcoming any reservations that redistributing the ball amongst receivers more evenly smacked a bit of socialism. Thinking about how the game went down, I was left wondering what a coach like Belichick would have done were he in the position of the Commadante Rex? How would you deploy probably the best all around corner in the NFL against a multi-pronged attack like the Pats'? How do you keep your former Weapon of Moss Destruction relevant against the Pats' new look O... or is it the case that no matter where you line him up, Revis would always come up close, but no cigar?