No, not at all.
Rex Ryan's Jets have proven that they can disrupt Tom Brady, and they don't even have to sack him to do it. In three games against Belichick and Brady, Rex Ryan is 2-1.
In the two wins, his defense has only sacked Brady once, but they constantly harassed him, even hitting him 23 times in their Week 2 matchup last season.
In the second half of the Jets and Pats first matchup this season, the Jets shut out Brady and the Pats by amping up the pressure and flustering the quarterback.
On Monday night, it will be absolutely essential that the Jets attack Brady at all the right moments. They can't pin their ears back and come after him the entire game or Belichick and his quarterback will adjust and burn the Jets' defense.
However, they can't be too passive. Ryan has to send a dozen different looks at Brady throughout the game, sometimes showing blitz but dropping back in zone while other times rolling the dice and going for the throat.
Calvin Pace, who has been slowed this season by a foot injury suffered in the preseason, seems to be rounding into form. He was not playing in Week 2 when the Jets beat the Patriots 28-14.
His play will be crucial to the Jets' success on Monday, as he is their best pass rusher and needs to be able to pressure Brady on downs where the rest of the defense gets conservative.
Then again, the Patriots offensive line has only allowed 15 sacks all year, so getting pressure on Brady is easier said than done.