After reviewing last night's game, it's pretty evident what the game plan was against the Bills. The Pats played 2 deep - man under almost the entire game, taking away TO and Evans and any deep passes. They were hoping the front 7 would be able to stop the run and cover the underneath stuff to the TEs and backs, but it didn't quite happen that way. The man under coverage was also the reason why the Bills were so successful with the screens (along with Guyton's inability to shed blocks). Looking at the Jets, I see a completely different game plan based on several factors: 1) Jets' lack of play-making WRs 2) Rookie QB 3) Very good receiving TE 4) Jets' desire to run the ball 5) Defense's shortcomings in week 1. I expect the D to play a lot of zone coverage - mixing and disguising looks, lots of safeties in the box and pre-snap movement and occasional blitz. I think we'll see a good share of 3-4 as well, as it's more akin to that type of game plan. The idea of this would be to 1)stop the run and screens (which zone coverage does), and 2) bait Sanchez into making some throws into coverage. I actually feel pretty good about this week's match-ups on D. We could see 1 or 2 big plays from the Jets, but also a couple of INTs by Sanchez.