I'll explain why execution may be indicative of other underlying core problems but first... 1. Had Graham executed by holding onto the ball, an early drive would have continued. 2. Had Gaffney correctly judged the deep ball (similar to 1st year bust Chad Jackson's play) a TD would hav occured. Or at least a gain to the red zone. 3. Had Kevin "what The" Faulk not lost situational awareness and thrown the pass backwards instead of forward, another TD would have occured. Other lack of execution examples are less straightforward but I believe that our wideouts are not geting free ffom man coverage. Note how close the Miami corners lined up vs our guys 9 yards back, giving the short pass. Brady had no such luxury. I think that many of the EXECUTION problems are a consequence of lack of talent. Lack of talent at WR to catch the long ball, or to get separation, or to read the blitz and cut the route short in the appropriate time and place. The inability to handle the blitz and fast DEs is another lack of talent issue where the problem gets compounded by forcing a TE to become a OT. Other execution issues are indicative of poor mental discipline. The numerous offsides and the stupid penalties such as Seymour's roughing calls. Faulk's forward pass was lack of mental discipline as well. Why a formerly disciplined team is now suddenly undisciplined is another deeper question.