In response to Muzwell's comment:
Brady didn't play well, sorry. He played like a backup for three quarters. They had what three points at the start of the 4th quarter. That's on him. They scored two TDs when the game was decided. His stats were accumulated in garbage time.
If a receiver is open, you hit him. Austin Collie is 6 ft tall, not a smurf. He's taller than Troy Brown or Deion Branch. Edelman is about the same size as those guys. He was wide open, an NFL QB HAS TO MAKE THAT PLAY. Stop making excuses.
The defense played equally inept, so this was an equal opportunity stinkbomb.
Sorry, you are letting the flow of the game infect your outlook here.
New England missed scores on the first three drives.
After they opened it up and started passing they scored on three of the final five. It likely would have been four if they hadn't gone for it on 4th down in the 3rd quarter.
That's not on Brady.
Same old, same old.
A TE that can't stay healthy.
A defense that can't get off the field.
A running game that doesn't deliver against a decent defense.
And a WR corps composed of JAGs.
One pass, and use your noodle here, that isn't intercepted, and is thrown in the FIRST QUARTER doesn't decide a game.
Sorry, it's just nonsense.