I am convinced, and was during the game, that a jumbo formation like we used in the 4th quarter against Diego, would have put us on the offensive, dishing it out instead of taking it, finishing off the tremendously wired Giants defense. The giants let it all out doing what they do best, rotated in, and blitzed occasionally. They were beating us up physically, including Brady. Agree with me or not, let's say I'm right for arguments sake. BB didn't see it, he was too close to it and just might not have realized how much fatigue had set in. Dare I say, he might have been emotionally drained. What if everybody but him saw they needed to change strategy? Would anybody tell him? Would a Charlie Weis or a Romeo Crennel say we're losing control, we need to change course? I think they would. They might cite a gme from years past with the vast experience they had and convince him to take a fresh look. Would anybody on this coaching staff step up and say "this isn't working"? I don't think so. Scharneccia is a great coach with no ego, it seems. He's survived through unbelievable changes for years. As great as he is to have around, I'm guessing making waves isn't his style. We have guys with experience and we have BB mini me's, coaches from tiny schools willing to work like beavers to gain the masters favor. This is great, but when the coach is worn down, the QB is not at his best, who speaks up? Josh? When he talks, you can see BB's lips move. When asked if he was qualified, he didn't even respond with confidence, he sheepishly said, i guess if coach says so. I think the staff has done a great job. BB's the greatest coach in football. Does that mean he never gets tired, never misses the real story of the game because he's focused on a game plan that's not working as well as it should? This staff's as good as any 99.99% of the time. In this one moment, he needed somebody to disagree and wake him up to what was going on. There just isn't anybody like that on this staff IMO.