The morning after the night before, sleep deprived and a bit hung over in bed at 3am to be up at 6. While on my way to work checking the forum and thinking trying to work out what the game changer was. Was it Nink's offside, Welker's drop or manninghams's sideline grab. Overall I worked out none of these plays truly changed the game that much. Nink's offside we could have still got a stop after it Welker's drop had too much time in the clock to be game totally over and the sideline grab clould have been made on the next 2 plays. The first patriots play however left ramifications all over the place. Say we had just an incomplete pass and then 2 more a quick 3 and out the giants get the ball in a similar place and score it's 7-0 we took the lead by the end of the 2n quarter how does it matter anymore? We got back ahead just have to keep that lead now right? The safety only takes 1 point off the score board as the giants wouldn't have went for 2 that's still 20-17 however bill wouldn't have let them score he would have force them too and a FG wouldn't have been enough. Eli may still have got them a TD but maybe not. I don't blame Tom Brady for the safety I don't blame the OL I don't blame the WR's the Giants just done a great job. We failed to execute on a few play and those few plays cost us. We ripped the ball out of the giants hands 3 times twice they got it back and once me made a silly mistake by having 12 men on the field the giants made that same mistake later nowhere near as dramatic as ours. Overall the safety defined the end of the game tactics and result. Congratulations to the Giants, and thanks Eli people will now question if you are better than Peyton not if Tom is better.