Well, what did everyone think? By the eye test, I thought the secondary played its best game in a long, long time. Not perfect, but a definite improvement. Although we tend to remember the SB champ defenses as Tedy Bruschi ripping the ball from an opponent, let's remember that most of the turnovers they got were just from "bad decisions" or from "errant throws." In fact, fanbases used to rue the Patriots as lucky. Today's game reminded me of those years, as Luck clearly was throwing the ball a lot to his second and third options... it sure seemed like Belichick took away what Luck wanted to do (at least after the first two marches down the field), but unlike recent games, the Colts weren't able to take that back in the second half. Talib's interception did not exactly showcase his ball defense skills, but what a great way to start... whatever it takes to build confidence and defensive unity/rapport, I'll take it. I'm curious to hear everyone's thoughts. I am by no means an expert on the pass defense, but it sure looked better than usual.