I'll start by saying I've never coached a football team. I have coached in other sports though and one of my strong points(or so I've been told) is motivation. I can tell you right now that I would go in to the locker room and say nothing and tell all the guys to go home and we'll see them at training on Wednesday. On Wednesday I would talk about the nightmare that happened on Monday night and tell everybody how hard we have to work to make sure this never happens again. I would also set them two goals right now, first of which would be to get to the AFCCG so that we can show the Colts that we are better than them and then to the Superbowl and show the whole world that this was just a bad night, a freak occurence that can happen to any team. I'm honestly telling all you guys that what happened tonight has me more fired up than ever, I cannot wait to see the Patriots take the field next Sunday full of bitterness and badness and take it out on the Dolphins down in Miami. Tom Brady will be not be able to sleep tonight, I just know the guy will be disgusted with his performance and he will be itching for next Sunday to arrive so that he can get out there and put tonight behind him. The one thing I've noticed this season is that Belichick seems alone on the sideline, and what I mean by that is that he is talking to the defenders when they are off the field and talking to the offense occasionally also. The man should not have to do that. This performance will be either the making or breaking of this team. I think it might just make them a better side, everybody got a good hiding tonight. The Patriots can respond to this, maybe even Belichick will respond to this with personnel changes of some sort. Lets see how it unfolds but we can still finish 12-4 and take that no.2 seed. I'm relishing watching the rest of the season unfold now, a good hiding can be a blessing in disguise. Losing close games and you feel that you are right there, lose like this and everybody knows that there is serious work to be done.