Felger and Massarotti kicked off the week talking about the New England Patriots 21-17 loss to the New York Giants in Super Bowl XLVI.

On the Wes Welker drop, who’s to blame? Was it a bad throw by Tom Brady or should Welker have caught it regardless?

Why weren’t the Patriots able to turn the game into a track meet? Did the lack of the hurry-up offense hurt the Pats? Did the Pats hurt themselves by trying to play at the same pace as the Giants?

Are the Giants just a better balanced team than the Patriots?


Comments (3)
  1. Harry01854 says:

    In yesterday’s game, I do not believe the Giants were a better balanced team than the Pats. Welkers drop was sort of the final nail in the coffin, but certainly not the only one. Welker should have caught the ball for sure. The Patriots were hurt by not using the hurry up offense more than what they did. They should have used it more once they got out of the hole, 8 yard line, during those last 9 minutes plus seconds.

  2. alice brown says:

    JUst a reaction to all the hatred being directed toward Tom and Giselle: the NFL is our bread and circuses, just as in the Roman times, to get our minds off the real economic and environmental problems we have in this country. When that fails, the masses look for a scapegoat to vent their frustrations on. Tom and Giselle are the most obvious couple. Unlike Tebow, they don’t brag about their good works. (Jesus told us not to, by the way). Sad, but normal venting for ignorant people who look to football to give their pitiful lives meaning

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