Some thoughts, in no particular order. Yesterday reminded me quite a bit of our championship teams. A very important game that we made closer than we should have. In a lot of ways, it reminded me of the Superbowl against the Eagles. At the end of the day, it was a huge win, with a healthy dose of angst along the way. The drive to make it 24 was a championship drive all the way. Incredibly impressive. Anyway, some thoughts. 1) Graham's false start was the play of the game, in my opinion. It took what would have been an easier win and made it a game. Third and one inside field goal range, there's simply no excuse. Gost could have fixed the problem by making a long kick, but no such luck. Gotta make that one next time Gost. "Rookie" perhaps, but there are no rookies any more. Those kicks are going to be the difference between winning and losing from here on out. 2) Replay should have overturned the fumble at the end of the game. It looked like a clear forward pass to me. I'm sure others will disagree, but if we had lost like that, I'd be furious at that call. Replay exists to get that right, and we got lucky. We got a few lame calls the other way, so I'm not prepared to say that the other guys go jobbed, and I think we would have stopped them anyway, but bad call. 3) Like many of you, I just don't know what to make about Tom Brady. He missed several plays that looked open that would have won the game. But then again, on other plays he looked like Dan Marino. Just getting used to a new receiver corps, I guess. That said, his most important stat by far was zero picks. You can always pick a "story of the game," but my story of the game is that Brady threw zero picks in a game where one pick probably would have lost the game. 4) Freaking glad to see Rodney back. Look out AFC, as they said on tv yesterday, the fox is back in the henhouse.