I sit right behind the Pats bench and watch the players. Stuff you can't see on TV. I'll leave off the obvious that's covered elsewhere. This was one of the LOUDEST most continuous cheering crowds I can remember from either stadium. Kudos. Also, this time the red seats (yeah, I'm a big red seat critic) were filled the entire game. No steping inside for chablis and quiche this game. Filled. Brady spends most of his off-field time alone. Often walks to the end of the D bench and sits alone. That's when he's not warming up. Gets real intense. Does not look at the crowd (I'm 35 feet away) and only hangs with players when the game is pretty much a W. The guy is possessed. Yes, he IS big on a quick congrats to each member of the O after a TD series. Testaverde stands next to and talks to Cassell. Only. No Josh, no BB. ALL game. No discussions with Josh advising him on plays, no 'tips' to Brady during the game. None. Testaverde has little IF ANY at all game input to Brady or the coaches. In contrast BB spends LOTS of time showing the faxed D alignment photos to the DL, every game. Lots of discussion with BB doing 80% of the talking. The only player I ever noticed all season seeking out BB several times for discussion was Seau. Oh well. Sey has one big ass plastic thingy on his elbow/arm. Looks massive. Lots of Bears fans & same with Jets fans. Man, how do they get the great front row seats behind the Pats bench? Seems like the same good seats are available for the enemy every game. It was a sonofa B time geting out after the game. Everyone stayed to the end.