"Coached not to lose" . . "bad play-calling" aaah yes, the most overused and undervalued statement to ever appear on football message boards. They ought to be filtered out like cuss-words. Go to the Steelers message board. You will find people screaming for Bill Cowher's head because they think he "coached them not to lose" in the Patriots game. After going 15-1. Go to all the teams' message boards that lost the playoff games. You'll find the same thing. They all want their coaches fired for "bad playcalling" and "coaching not to lose". Of the 32 teams in the NFL, 31 of them have fans on their message boards who think that the coaching staff sucks because they coach their teams "not to lose". And believe it not, (go there and see for yourself if you don't) there are actually fans on the Colts message board who think that the "playcalling is too conservative". Bill Belichick and Romeo Crenel say they not that much different than the other coaches in the league. And it's true, they are not. What they do have is versatile players who execute. But that is coach-talk, not "fan-talk". And of course, no one puts any stock in what coaches say.