Really wish we could hear from you on the game breakdown from last night. Just saw the 4th and 2 replay for the 100th time, and realized that as much as it was a gamble for us, it was also a gamble for the Colts D. They left nobody deep, man to man press on all our receivers, 6 man press on the OL. We went 5 wide in empty set which I think was a mistake because of the 6 man press on our 5 OL. DE and OLBs in 3 point, and ILBs stand up because they knew the OL would split to edge contain, leaving Koppen responsible for both A gaps which is impossible. This forced Brady to a quick throw and is why he did not pick up Welker. He had to hit the first thing he 'felt.' My question is why, Brady didn't let the time clock run out and take a delay of game? If he intentionally lets the clock expire, he could either 1) reassign Faulk, or 2) could personnel be exchanged? I do not know the rule on this. As it was only one ILB blitzed, the other faked and dropped back. Unfortunately Koppen picked the wrong one. It just kills me that he missed Welker. In the final analysis, the Colts outguessed us on this last play, period.