I've seen a lot of negativity toward Brady tonight. I agree the interception and safety were tough, but all in all he didn't do as bad as many people are thinking: Here's a breakdown: 1st QTR: 3-of-4 for 41yds (75%) 2nd QTR: 12-of-14 for 106yds and a TD (86%) 3rd QTR: 6-of-8 for 65yds and a TD (75%) 4th QTR: 6-of-15 for 64 yds and an INT (40%) So prior to the fourth Quarter he was 21-of-26. Looking at the fourth quarter he saw at least three drops and the Hail Mary, which obviously affected that stat line. As I wrote in the other post I questioned the decision to chuck it downfield on that first down play where he got picked off, and there were other analysts that said they'd never seen a ball in play down the middle of the field get called for a safety. Let's face it, he and Manning played pretty even and it's just a tough loss. I think most people here probably are frustrated, but it's tough to pin this one entirely on him. They got outplayed by a team that was deeper on both sides of the ball. The only reason they lost is because they didn't play absolutely perfect. Plain and simple. I know people are frustrated, but the more I watch this back (and I'm sitting here watching it again) the more I realize it.