I had my day of misery following the loss like everyone else, but after a little time to cool off I don't think we are in a bad position. Sure the team needs some upgrades, but overall, this was a team that went 18-1! I bet there is only one team in the league that wouldn't trade seasons with us right now. We still have BB and Tom. Nothing more needs to be said here. We still have a solid, playoff caliber defense that could be a championship defense again with a few additions.... and maybe a little hunger. I guess I didn't realize that the Pats may have lost a little of their intensity and desire to control the game defensively due to the wins and points coming at a record pace, but after watching last nights game it was very clear who wanted it more. The O line came up small in the big game, but once again, they are a solid unit. 25 sacks on the regular season is damn good when you throw the ball as much as the Pats did this season. Last night their weakness as a unit was exposed and exploited by a highly motovated Giants defense who refused to take "no" for an answer. Maroney came up huge down the stretch, having Sammy back next year will make things even better. Moss wants to be here, so long as his demands are reasonable and the Pats are reasonable about his value, I can't see any reason why this deal doesn't get done. If the Pats had won this game we would be talking about winning a couple more titles over the next few seasons. Had the Pats won this game we wouldn't be talking about letting Moss go, or cutting Hobbs, or any of the other knee jerk reactions I have read today. While I am as disappointed as anyone about how we lost the game last night, I still wouldn't trade players with the Giants, and I don't see any need to dust off my funeral suit just yet.