Am I crazy for not understanding these two decisions? The Patriots had the ball on the Eagles 8 yard line, 4th and 1 (after that failed Cooks hurdle) and attempted a field goal (bad snap and miss.) The Patriots had the ball on the Eagles 35 yard line, 4th and 5 and went for it (and failed with that incredibly low-percentage sideline lob to a double covered Gronkowski.) I'm not trying to hindsight this one. When Gostowski lined up for the first one, I was really shocked. When they didn't bring him out for the second one, I was more shocked. Did they just lose faith in Gostowski on the second decision? 52 yards is a very make-able, fairly high percentage attempt. Maybe these were Ernie Adams percentage calls? It just seems counter-intuitive.