Sometime in the 4th quarter, you must have had that sinking feeling similar to the Tyree catch in SB42. Was it Brady's INT? Welker's drop? Branch's drop? Manningham's catch? Maybe I am more negative, but I was convinced we'd lose on the interception. It wasn't necessarily the situation that it put us in, but I could just tell from the look in the Giants' eyes that they knew they were going to win the game. After that, all of the dropped passes, blown opportunities, etc., seemed to be logical and not surprising- I was so convinced we weren't winning that all of the drops and the Manningham play seemed like they were destined to happen. After Brady's safety on the first play, I thought we were in big trouble; I didn't feel like we'd win until the TD in 3rd quarter put us up 17-9, but I was NEVER more confident than when we twice held the Giants to field goals, which made it 17-15. I thought there's a 99% chance we won at that point, as the defense stepped up huge. That INT just killed us. I'm the biggest Brady fan, but sorry, that was the killer. I think what made me realize we'd lose was that was basically the ONLY intercept-able ball thrown all game from Brady, while Manning threw into coverage all game long. Being -1 in turnovers despite forcing fumbles and being in passing lanes all day was too much to overcome.