Once again Hatcher set the tone for another penalty filled extravaganza, but it's what the other players did that made me made as hell. JoeRod made a post about Garrett in another thread being more of a strategist than a motivator like Jimmy or Parcells. I believe that's true, but it's also a fact that football is an emotional game, so if the emotion is not coming from the coach it has to come from the players and what I saw yesterday made me sick. He made two critical mistakes inside of a minute in a season deciding game against a divisional rival and what do the other defensive players do... ...the patted him on the head and gave him support -- when in my opinion somebody should have lit him up. I wanted to see a shouting match and I wanted Hatcher to be part of it, because he would have had no defense against another player going off on him. Many of us have played sports at a high level and the axiom has always been physical errors are tolerated and you support teammates when they happen because they can happen to you on the very next play. But mental errors cannot be tolerated. Somebody needs to send a message and if the coaches aren't willing to do it and the players aren't willing to do it what are you left with? Darren Woodsen where have you gone?