*I have to start out with Wes Welker. It was awesome seeing him out there and doing what he's always done for us. *It will be a sad day when Kevin Faulk retires. He is so dependable and has been for so long. He showed it again tonight. *After the Saints game I mentioned I would have liked to see more downfield throws to the TEs. Tonight I got my wish and both Hernandez and Gronk looked great. We've definitely got a good future at that position. That's an amazing thing to say considering we had no one 6 months ago. *All the talk of Fred Taylor looking poor at practice and the chance he might get cut went out the window tonight. Assuming he stays healthy, he's got a roster spot. *IMO Wheatley helped himself tonight with his special teams play. No less than 4 times I saw him running free to the punt returner, three times forcing a fair catch. *It was nice to see Ron Brace in there and even forcing that fumble. On the plays I focused on him he seemed to hold his spot well. *I would have liked to see the defense play a little tighter and gotten more pressure early on but just like last week they kept plays in front of them and the Falcons had to settle for short completions. *I saw a lot of good tackling tonight by our defense, especially in the secondary. *On the other side of the ball, our guys did a fantastic job of making defenders miss and getting extra yards. How on earth did Tate get that 1st down? *Final thought: Let me start by saying I absolutely hate spot foul PI calls. I hate them. Too often have I seen an iffy or even flat-out terrible PI call give a team an instant 50 yard gain and changed a game significantly. (2005 Denver playoff game to name one) That being said, how on Earth was that not a PI on the deep pass to Moss? How do you not look at the ball, hit the WR where the ball is landing, and not get called? It did even out later when we got that roughing the kicker call. That was pretty weak and I'm sure we'd all be livid if that went against us in a real game.