What this game told me is that Todd Bowels is calm and will not change everything he does because we're playing the Pats. I know people had a lot to complain about with him today but honestly I kind of like that he didn't treat this like it was a superbowl. It was one game and we're still 4-2 with what looks like a great shot at the wildcard and another opportunity to play the Pats at home. I was confused with the timeout situation but when it all came down to it we did have a shot with 12 seconds left against the "juggernaut" that is the Pats. I was unimpressed by the Pats. I saw cracks in their armor and if Ivory is 100% and Pryor gets healthy we will beat them at home which MAY still give us a shot at the division if a few other teams step up and beat the Pats. Overall, I'm pissed off and hate the Pats with an insane passion, but I'm hoping Bowles slow and steady mentality wins out in the end.
Want to see Geno just because of the deep ball, that was scary how off Fitz was today. Underthrew Devin twice and overthrew him into double coverage. Gotta at least give Geno a shot and see....don't see how it can hurt. Fitz is a veteran guy, he will get it and understand if they switch and then switch back to him if need be.
One thing I noticed and liked last week was even on that pick he threw, I like the effort and it was thrown where the CB had to make an amazing play to even pick that off. Usually I'm screaming at the TV on a pick but that one I was more ok with because of what they were trying to do.
I definitely understand the people saying we should have scored more with 5 TO's but I think the game plan was pretty clear, they were going conservative with 1 or 2 shots down the field. When they really needed it though, after that Indy TD, they turned it on right away and got a TD. Was really impressed by that.