In his most recent article, Kevin Rousseau had this to say. I find it humorous, yet sad that something written on this very website would be so trite and inaccurate. Some choice morsels: Did you watch last year? By midseason, I was surprised when NE's D played well. The Indy game last year felt more like a blowout waiting to happen than this one. I'm sorry, but this is overreaction at it's worst. So a team that NE historically struggles against came in and beat NE pretty soundly, and all of a sudden 10-6 would be a pleasant surprise?! Don't any of these hacks realize that Denver, while certainly being more successful than NE on offense, basically won this game with two big plays? And that NE was inches from making two of their own (Troy Brown drop on the flea-flicker and the Caldwell deep pass broken up at the last second)? NE didn't make the plays, but it wasn't like they weren't there. Does this guy even browse the MBs on the site he writes for? NE hasn't been sitting on their hands. They have been out there giving competitive offers to every single major player that left sans McGinest, as well as old friend Law. Just because the players had their reason to not want to play here, does not mean NE didn't try. And Brady's own words dispute the notion that he is disgruntled due to the cheapness of the FO. He is upset because the process of learning on the job is frustrating. Nothing more, nothing less. I do my best to remain calm when I read crap like this from other media members who shall remain nameless. But to put out garbage like this on this site? C'mon.