How was that any different than the 'Tuck Call' against the Raiders? He was hit during the process of throwing and his arm had started slightly forward. Why wasn't it at least challenged? Certainly a first half time out is not so critical that it couldn't have been risked to see if about reversing the touchdown call. So why didn't they? The announcers even mentioned later that the officials now call 'the safe call' and leave it up to you to challenge it. I know you could argue whether or not you thought it was actually a fumble or not - of course - just like the tuck game, but I was surprised that Belichick just let it be called a touchdaown and didn't at least consider that the quarterback coul've been in the process of throwing. Were any of you guys surprised by this?