Originally Posted by 76Texan
When the Pats got the ball back; they were either in the sugar huddle or no huddle.
They had enough time to try to go downfield for a FG.
You don't want to call a time-out to help them.
I agree with this. There was no need to call time out on D and help NE. Also, you wouldn't burn a TO on an incomplete pass.
Seems to me there's a high level of frustration with your team. You can micro-manage it to death. When the Pats went up 21-0, your game plan pretty much got flushed down the toilet. IMO, you have to have an elite (HOF-type) QB to lead a team back from three scores down on the road. Manning, Brady, Rogers, Brees are at the top of that very short list. They might be the only ones.