At times in last nite's game, it was as if the Patriots were watching the Colts make plays. A few examples... - Ellis Hobbs had a front row seat of Marvin Harrison's impressive TD catch. Hobbs had a chance to make a play, but instead, pulled up, I guess assuming Harrison couldn't catch it in bounds. Literally, he was as much a spectator on this play as anybody in Gillette. - When Wayne fumbled the ball, it sat there for the taking, Hawkins (who made a sensational play forcing a fumble on special teams), seemingly decided to try and pick up the ball and run with it. Unfortunately, by the time he made this costly decision, a Colts player had done the right thing and just jumped on the damn thing. - The interception off the Dillon tip - I don't know if Corey could've broken it up, I doubt he could have, but at least make a damn effort. The ball went off his hands and he stood there just waiting for it to drop. He at least could have dove in the damn direction of the ball and made the play more difficult for the LB. - Brady's first interception: again, Gabriel completely slowed down and just watched the Colts player make the pick. I don't care if you have to be called for offensive pass interference - yes, Brady made a dumb pass equivalent to a hail mary, but Gabriel has to do whatever he can to break that damn thing up. Gabriel has to become the defender on that play and go and knock it down. There were other examples where it just seemed like the Pats heads were not in the game and the game was just going on before them. It was the most disconcerting aspect of the game last night, in my mind.