1) The Colts deserve credit for their big comeback and they deserved to win 2) The Pats got seriously jobbed on several calls that either led to Colts points or took Pats points off the board. Both statements are true. The Pats had several chances to put the game away, and blew most of them. However, on the occasions they seized an opportunity, it was taken away: the lame Brown PI call (which every team uses and which never gets called) near the end of the first half kept the Pats from increasing their lead, and that non-PI on Caldwell was both inexcusable and an absolute killer. The Colts played their asses off, but were gifted a few times, too: the "roughing" call on Manning and that ridiculous no-touch call on Hobbs which gave them a first-and-goal. To their credit, they capitalized every time, and that's what winning teams do. Pittsburgh deserved to win the SB last year, because they made more plays than Seattle, but the universe is in agreement that the Seahawks got rolled by the refs. Recognizing one of the two above contentions doesn't mean the other isn't true.