Seems everyone hated this call. Obviously when a call doesn't work, it looks bad. But I liked the decision. It was a good call, just poor execution. If Chung could handle the ball cleanly, he would have had it. He simply dropped the ball. The potential positives outweighed the negatives in my mind. We had the opportunity to pick up a big 4th down, score going into halftime and get the ball to start the second half. The potential negative when it failed was that it gave the Jets the ball on our side of the field. But to this point, their offense had only produced 7 points and 120 yards. If the defense held, it's still a one-possession game. The biggest problem was the first play after the fake punt. By giving up a 16-yard run to LT, it put the Jets near the red zone. A few plays later, McCourty overpursued Edwards and gave up the 15-yard TD. But it was reasonable to expect only a FG in that situation before LT's run. Considering the potential gains vs. negatives, it made a lot of sense in that situation. Of course we can make easier decisions in hindsight, but I felt it was a great call, just poor execution. And there were a lot of other problems that cost us this game besides this call.