I recorded yesterday's game, and I'm marvelling at how accurately and quickly Simms is analyzing some of the Pats plays, and the defensive lapses that help them succeed. He seems as good at analyzing coverages now as he was when he was a QB himself. Case 1: The first TD to Moss - Simms notes that one CB is playing man, one is playing zone in the left backfield for Dallas, and the how the Pats scheme exposes that coverage. Case 2: The second TD to Welker - as Welker is crossing the goalline, Simms is already comparing the play to an old Pitts/Rams Superbowl play where the receiver splits the double coverage and goes deep. He saw the coverage breakdown as it happened, and replay confirmed his thought. Case 3: The Stallworth TD - Simms is talking about how Brady moves in the pocket to avoid pressure, and how it makes him a better QB (obvious, I know), and at that moment Brady steps up to avoid a charging Cowboys DE and hits Stallworth in stride for the TD. Pretty cool stuff; I think his insights add a lot to CBS's coverage, especially for pass-happy games like this one.