Said it before and I'll say it again: get in Ray's face early with pressure and smack him. Hard. I don't care if you give up a couple of big plays early. Grind Ray on every pass play. Finish the hit (cleanly), hurry his throws, look for the sack, and stunt the hell out of that offensive line. He can't slice you up if he doesn't have time to look downfield, and if you hit him enough, he will start checking down and/or throwing the ball away.
If we sit back in zone and think we're going to force Ray into mistakes with four-man pressure, we are going to get killed. We don't have the horses at D-line to succeed at that tactic against a future Hall of Famer who has made a living of dicing defences when he's given time to find an open receiver. I want to see halfback blitzes, corner blitzes, zone blitzes, and delay blitz looks using a rotation of our linebackers. Ray is 35 years old and not the most physically robust QB on the planet. Every hit will add up and eventually pay dividends. And even if we give up a big play or even TD early, better to get our offence back on the field quickly to respond than make them sit on the bench during a lengthy Ray drive that ends in the same result (TD).
GO ALS GO!