Zach is a full ring player... and a smartass.
He does get me thinking though. Shoving will not only let us know if we're beat, but it'll disguise the weakness of our hand *and* provide plenty of steam equity should we suck out. Hmmmm...
Seriously though. You play T/Js the same way you play 6/6. You're looking to disguise your hand and hit something significant, or get out. A *lot* of calling hands are going to have you dominated, so top pair isn't going to cut it with a couple callers.
With just one caller, you can usually take the pot with a continuation bet. With two or more callers, you're just looking to limit the damage (assuming you didn't hit something significant).