That’s something very few people are doing today, as they attempt to discuss the perhaps the worst loss (right up there with the Giants Super Bowl) of the Bill Belichick era.
I’m keeping it short and simple this afternoon, even as I duck out on listening to any sort of sports radio or television today. We’ll forego the hysterics, the gloating, and the smarm that appears in many stories today by sticking with these quick links:
Mistakes doomed Patriots before Belichick’s gamble – Shalise Manza Young’s game story in the ProJo.
Explain this? We’ll go for it – Albert Breer provides level-headed analysis of Belichick’s decision.
Defense takes share of the blame – Chris Forsberg has the defensive players denying that Belichick’s decision was an indictment of them.
Ten Things We Learned Last Night: Pats And Belichick Fall Short – Christopher Price takes more away from the game than simply the fourth down call.
Weak effort beneath Celtics – Yeah, the Celtics had a bad trip to Indy this weekend, too.