Says the sign in the locker room... Let's remember that this is a team who will most likely compete very hard throughout the year, and a bad start (by a point and 2 points) shouldn't make that much of a difference. I am all for speaking one's mind and respecting others' opinions, but lately all we've heard about are problem after problem. Let's try and remember that the team just went up against 2 very, very formidable defenses at top NFL levels, and they probably should've come away with wins in both of them; at worst at least one which would've made them 2-1. Sometimes you get the breaks, and sometimes the breaks get you, but all is not lost. That includes the Mankins injury (I'd much rather rest him until next week if that guarantees dramatically helping the injury), the new Gronkowski injury which we have no idea about the severity, the injuries to Edelman, Hernandez, etc. As we saw in the last game, the execution looked much better than the week before, so it would seem that they made progress with much less when you consider that Hernandez + Edelman were both hurt. This week they are going to get back on track despite who plays and what the naysayers opine on. It's time to rally around the team and remember that they aren't much different from the ones we saw in the opener. I think that Llyod is getting on the same page, and that the running game will also give us a bit of balance too. Let's hope the defense can resort back to the first 2 games and make some big plays to go along with it. I don't like the whole "homer" vs. "chicken little" thing, so I am going to remain optimistic in the face of adversity, and I have a feeling that the team is going to do the same.