In the heat of the moment yesterday, I felt like the Pats were on their heels through almost the entire game. I'm rewatching the game right now under somewhat cooler conditions and it doesn't seem that way at all. I am now watching the Chargers score their first TD with 7:30 remaining in the first quarter, and to this point it seems like the Pats have been winning most of the battles in the trenches. Brady has been off (overthrowing the open receiver in the end zone for example) which has hurt. But there have been some bad non-calls (pass interference that should have been called that the announcers even commented on) and other officiating errors that hurt the Pats. The Chargers were only able to score their first TD with a short field (starting on the 50) and the benefit of the questionable overturn of the Gates fumble that was forced by Hobbs on the 2 yard line. Anyway, this is a closely contested game by opponents of equal skill. Not a game that the Pats were somehow able to win by flukes and miracles. PS F.U.L.T.