So far, all I've seen is a few posts lambasting the Patriots playcalling and the usual "the sky is falling" nonsense. Well guess what. The Patriots played pretty well, and their playcalling was fine. What was especially impressive was the play of the Eagles. I hate to say it (b/c I hate the Eagles), but they played out of their minds tonight. The Philly defensive line put solid pressure on Brady for most of the night. Sheppard and the rest of the secondary did a fine job containing Moss. The Eagles defense certainly didn't play GREAT, but it put the Eagles in a position to win. Additionally, I think any neutral observer has to give credit to how A.J. Feeley played tonight. This was probably his best game as a pro, and it wasn't just luck. He made several great throws, identifying the open reciever quickly and efficiently. Quite a performance, and the stats back him up. Believe me, I hate the Eagles. But I have to give them credit here. They came in huge underdogs and gave the Pats a legit fight. Why do we have to blame this close VICTORY on McDaniels, BB, or any of the players? Guess what -- the Eagles played their best game of the season. THAT'S the reason this was so close. Yet the Pats still won, which should be a testament to how solid this team is, rather than an excuse to start blaming people who shouldn't be blamed.