Ups & downs
A look at who's up and who's down from the Patriots' 37-16 win over the Jets:
Tom Brady -- Quarterback avoids two costly interceptions and finishes 22 of 34 for 212 yards and 2 TDs, masterfully running the offense. He's now 11-1 all-time in the playoffs.
Jabar Gaffney -- In his first career playoff game, wide receiver totals eight catches for 104 yards.
Vince Wilfork -- Heads up play by nose tackle in recovering a third-quarter fumble was a huge play in the game.
Pass protection -- Offensive line, tight ends and running backs all included in this group, as the blitzing Jets were kept at bay.
Kickoff coverage -- Terrific job by the group that includes Artrell Hawkins, Willie Andrews, Eric Alexander, Larry Izzo, Ellis Hobbs, Pierre Woods, Corey Mays, Chad Scott, Antwain Spann and Kelvin Kight. Pro Bowl Jets returner Justin Miller finishes with six returns for a 22.7 average.
Corey Dillon -- Some good, some bad for the veteran running back, who averages 5.3 yards per carry, but whose lost fumble at the New England 15 gave the Jets early life.
Artrell Hawkins -- Veteran safety misses the tackle on Jerricho Cotchery's 77-yard TD reception.
Benjamin Watson -- Tight end returns and makes four catches, but also has a drop.
MONDAY PLAN: Patriots coach Bill Belichick will hold his Monday press conference at 9 a.m. EST. We'll plan on passing along our next update after that.