ESPN2 ran a long show as part of The Greatest Games in NFL History. I couldn't help noticing : 1. Rich Gannon saying they worried about the Pats attacking, blitzing D, you never know who was coming or how many. 2. After a terrible first half with the Pats down 7-0, the fans boo'd the team to express their displeasure with the effort. 3. The Pats made a total adjustment in the second half with a max-protect passing plan, designed to just give Brady some time. Oh and there werent any plays shown where the ball was tipped or batted down at the line of scrimmage. Anyway, setting the booing tradition aside, hasnt it been awhile since our defense and offense has made unpredictable and successful adjustments??