If the Jets can't come up with some sort of a pass rush then it's going to be a short post season. Shaun Ellis has seen his better days, and Mike DeVito reminds me more of Danny DeVito. I think it may be time to make some changes along the defensive front, maybe take a look at some prospects. It definitely needs to be looked at though at least in the off season. Successful football starts by controlling the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball. Jets have been trying to jump start pass rush with blitz but seem to be doing so tentatively. The players need to buy in totally to the defensive game plan before it can work. Rex needs to impart his aggressive defensive personality on his "D". The surest way to beat Tom Brady, or any QB for that matter is to keep putting him on his butt. Buddy Ryan probably blitzed more than any defensive coordinator in history and Rex should take note. If you don't have the studs to get to the QB through sheer individual determination then you have to do it by scheme. I say the Jets need to blitz from everywhere like they did earlier in the season, and they need to do it often. They can't just sit back and get picked apart, especially in the post season where you are facing the elite QB's in the league. Bring the heat Rex; remember the '85 Bears and re-claim your heritage. When it seems like you're blitzing too much, blitz more, but there needs to be commitment by the players to pull it off. Go Jets, go blitz.