The Patriots pass rush has not been much of a threat to opposing offenses so far this season.
One of the few bright spots has been Mark Anderson. Anderson had one very good year his rookie season with the Chicago Bears.
Since then he has been more of a journeyman. He leads the Patriots with two sacks this season and has been somewhat of a stand out.
New England should be taking notes after the Ravens performance against the Jets on Sunday night. The Ravens pass rush terrorized Mark Sanchez causing several turnovers.
The Patriots will need to put the same kind of heat on the Jets offense.
At this point, why shouldn't they? It is clear that dropping seven players back in coverage isn't working for New England, so why not try to go blitz heavy?
I expect to see Belichick try and unleash what little pass rush he has on the Jets this Sunday.
If successful, the Patriots could create some huge plays on the defensive side of the ball making their dominant offense's job much easier.