I could be mistaken, but I think the CS's thinking was that Dallas was stacking more men on the Jets' right side of the line, and they'd have more success if they ran to the left rather than trying to beat more defenders on the right. That's the only thing I can think of, and I saw a poster on another site posit that. I don't even know for certain that Dallas did have more defenders on the left side of their defense. Even if they did, the Jets could have at least tried running to the right. We know that in a rushing attack that AVT and Becton are going to defeat their man, and Becton frequently can take out his man and then another. They could have seen if Hall or Cook could juke and get past another defender there, or maybe even put Ruckert on that side as another blocker. Regardless the Jets game plan both on offense and defense is mind boggling. They definitely should have had a TE or Bawden in the game to help with Parsons. I'm beginning to think that Payton was right about Hackett (although he shouldn't have said publicly what he did). What I can't figure out is why Rodgers likes Hackett so much.