The play is the long-bomb to Stallworth in the 1st half,that was intercepted. I believe it was first down and the Pats had the ball in Colt's territory around the 50 yd line. Dante Stallworth ran a "skinny" post fake and go to the left corner of the end zone. I believe that Stallworth missread the safety on this and caused TB to throw the interception. On this play,he must read whether the safety was "influenced" by the skinny post or not and adjust accordingly......Mathis was not influenced and that Bob Sanders was not in position to defend the post,as he was occupied with Moss on the right side. I believe Brady expected him to stay on the post move towards the center of the end zone,not the left corner,where Mathis was playing the deep zone. This was a "disaster" because we could have scored at least 3 points and maybe 7 AND run out the clock......negating the Addai "miracle" run. We would have been up 10-6 or 14-6 with all the momentum going into receiving the 2nd half kickoff. I also blame Josh Mcdaniel,as I believe it was first down and a really bad play call. If you remember the Denver playoff game,the same scenario.....the same interception on 1st down. I saw Brady motioning to Stallworth after the interception.....telling him either his "read" or his "route" was wrong. Anybody have another take on this play?