With Mangini as the defensive cordinator, I thought the Pats were very soft, didn't blitz very much and didn't put much pressure on the QB. What I hope Dean Pees employs this year is a much more aggressive defense, almost like Dick Labau's, blitzing the crap out of the QB. Pete Carrol did this in his first year in New England and was very effective at getting turnovers and I hope this type of defense returns to New England. I don't know about you guys but the "bend but don't break" defense is getting boring and might have lost it's effectiveness (see early last season). The secondary is not as good as 2003's unit and 3-4 ends have a harder time getting to the QB because of double teams. So the question is, if you were the defensive cordinatorfor the Pats, what kind of a scheme would you employ?