At the risk of being somewhat nitpicky on the heals of a huge regular season victory, I was somewhat dismayed by the offensive play-calling in the first half. I was very surprised to see the Patriots almost completely abandon the style that had gotten them to 8-0. I understand the Colts defense presented some problems they hadn't faced to that point, but I thought the game-plan over-reacted to them quite a bit. While it made sense to turn more to the running game with both Colt DE's rushing hard on the edges, I felt that Brady could've exploited that better with some 3-step slants and screen passes. Having said that, the play that really got me pissed was the designed roll-out for the interception that set up Addai's TD to close out the half. That play looked like a freaking hail mary with 3 seconds left at the snap of the ball! I understood that Brady was getting alot of pressure and this seemed like a good way to buy him some time for a deep ball, but then he throws that prayer jump ball to Stallworth? Moss maybe, but not Stallworth. We were up by a point, could've taken some time off the clock, put some more points on the board, and given Peyton very little time left in the half. The whole thing reeked of desparation at a time when we really didn't need to be desparate. Thoughts?? Don't get me wrong here...I am ecstatic that we won the game and believe that the Pats overcame several steep obstacles to win this game. I just think that there is alot to learn from the differential between the 1st half and 2nd half successes.