In response to DeadAhead's comment:
In response to NYC's comment:
I think this question is little like "where were you when JFK died"? where you can't forget what you doing, thinking, feeling at those moments. That's how horrible it was watching the 24-0 first half meltdown.
Myself: 2 thoughts: go to my girlfriends house and f++k her because that seemed better than the abuse I was witnessing. Second thought: don't remember but I was listening to Zo on 98.5 and felt encouraged as he said the D needed to step and get the team some turnovers/stops with a short field for easier TD in view of weather conditions. Zo was exactly right.
I was at a friend's house and he and his wife had some people over. The have a ping pong table. I suggested some ping pong and I didn't even race back in to the room when the 3rd qtr started. Once I got back in there, the Pats were driving.
I believe in sitting in a different chair or doing something to try to change the luck.
I guess sitting in that different chair worked!
I have never seen a game like that before: so wild, such swings of fortune mostly brought about by turnovers and bracketed by separate halfs, such bold decision making on the part of BB. Epic is the only word I can use to get a grip on it. The kind of game that restores faith in God. Like Hendu hitting that home run in the 9th inning of the 5th game of the 86 ALCS that turned the fate of Sox to come back and take it from the Angels.