Yeah I know, not gonna happen during season-hopefully after! Same thing I've been saying for 3 years!
As reported by Ian Begley (deleted some parts for length)
Brian Schottenheimer’s play calls didn’t surprise the Green Bay secondary on Sunday.
Packers defensive backs basically said the Jets' play selection was stale. Most of what they saw on the field Sunday, they’d already seen during film study earlier in the week.
“We saw a lot of it on tape, so we were able to go out there and recognize a couple formations and make a couple big plays,” Packers safety Nick Collins said.
Green Bay corner Tramon Williams said he was able to secure a second-quarter interception thanks to film-study. Williams said he recognized Jerricho Cotchery’s route based on the Jets’ formation moments before he wrestled the ball from Cotchery on a third-and-11 to force the turnover. Referees credited Williams with an interception.
“I recognized the formation … and that’s exactly what it was,” Williams said.
For much of the game, Mark Sanchez’s decision-making was eerily similar to his performance in the Jets’ season-opening loss to Baltimore. He seemed to be settling for the underneath route and shying away from taking a shot down field.
“I don’t think they trusted Sanchez, their coaching staff,” Collins said. “They only had a select few plays that they ran; that’s what I saw today. ... A quarterback like that on a great team with all the big names, you expect them to be going down field.”
Said Woodson: “We frustrated [Sanchez] enough and kept good coverage and there wasn’t a whole lot he could do.”