BB has received quite a bit of criticisms for his post-game presser and lack of class in leaving the field from the media. He has also been defended quite rigorously on this board. I went to NFL.com and looked at clips of both winning and losing coaches post-game pressers during the post-season and have concluded two things. When the Patriots win BB is much more gracious about the losing teams performance, than any other coach. Absolutely no "we showed them" attitude. And always complemented the other teams play. When the Patriots lost BB pouted and did not complement the play of the Giants, nor was he willing to at all discuss the game or what went wrong. Other coaches did a superior job of complementing and congratulating the winning team. So in fact I would say the media's criticism of BB's post-game reaction is fair. However, I don't give a crap. As far as I am concerned BB's job is to coach the team. I judge him on his ability to put together a winning football team not is press conference demeanor. And this year he is 18 for 19, best in the NFL. What he says in the pressers is irrelevant good or bad. Brady's job is to throw passes, Mosses job is to catch them. Not be spokesman. You know, I don't really care about Wes Welkers tendency to say "you know" Like Moss his job is to catch passes, not be a spokesman. Likewise, Michael Strahan job is not to be nice to other teams in victory parades. His job is to make sacks and tackles. But for those who view the class issue as important. BB is much better at winning than losing. But like when Chris Hanson's poor punting is defended on the grounds he doesn't get much practice. The same can be said of BB being better in victory presser than losing ones: he has had more practice at being a gracefully winner, then being a graceful loser -- I hope it stays that way.