I knew I was going to have to come over here after the game, win or lose. That's how you do it. And after Roy Williams sacked brunell and tossed him backwards like a rag doll, well, I pretty much thought the game was over right there and then. I certainly didn't see this coming. The Skins had not demonstrated the ability to comeback in many years and we all saw that 77-0 stat when Parcells leads by 13 points in the 4th quarter. There are a lot of sub plots to talk about. I think the refs blew calls for both teams -- a pancake is not holding, and Crayton fumbled on Sean Taylor's hit. there were others but those two stand out. The Redskins looked like death warmed over for 55 minutes. I think it's pretty clear that we were outplayed. Funny thing is, I felt that we outplayed the Cowboys in both games last year, and lost them both of course. Go figure. I'm really surprised that the same coverage was used on Santana Moss after the intital TD pass. The only explanation for it is that, on first and 10 from their own 30 with over 2 minutes left, nobody expects the Redskins to go for the home run right then and there. On a theroretical third and 15 later in that drive, you don't see that coverage. I honestly did not know that Mark Brunell had a 35 yard run in him anymore. Anyway, this one will go down as one for the ages.