In response to BabeParilli's comment:
In response to Patsman3's comment:
Mike Riess not holding back on his thoughts:
Big-picture view on 2013 season: As time passes, the 2013 campaign will be viewed favorably in terms of the resolve the Patriots showed after significant personnel losses, but that won’t ease the sting that coaches and players will feel after this one. A great opportunity was missed and the surprise, from this viewpoint, was that it was the team’s best player, quarterback Tom Brady, whose mistakes hurt most in the AFC Championship Game.
Brady’s deep ball doesn’t connect: Brady is going to have a long offseason after missing two deep balls in this game -- in the first quarter to Julian Edelman and in the second quarter to Austin Collie -- as there was separation and an open window in which to deliver the football both times. The throw to Edelman, in particular, was a huge play in the game. Brady’s struggles with the deep ball were a big storyline in this game.
Reiss is a clueless little blowhard.
Look at the guys he mentions he missed to , they're not deep threats.