A lot of critics are saying Drew Bledsoe made bad decisions yesterday. Likewise, Packer fans are criticizing Favre in the same manner. However, when I watched both guys play, I realize, it has nothing to do with their decision making and everything to do with their age. The interceptions Favre threw yesterday would have been completed 7 years ago. Bledsoe is going through the same thing. Some of those INT's he threw would have been completions if they had been thrown during his prime. Imagine if you were a QB and you were used to making certain throws. You would still assume you can make those throws as long as you are starting. I don't think either QB is really playing bad per say but they haven't adjusted their game to their declining abilities. Let's be honest, I can't think of one QB who has ever done that. Even Joe Montana got out of the game early as opposed to curtailing his passing style. Dan Marino was not impressive at the end of his career and neither was Troy Aikman. Both of those guys felt they could still thread the needle often throwing interceptions instead. This is just aging. I don't blame Drew Bledsoe at all. He is in a situation he can't win. Even if you gave him great protection, he is still going to force bad passes because those were passes he completed in the past. Brett Favre is doing the same thing in Green Bay. This is very tragic for me because I have the utmost respect for Parcells, He is a legend and he has improved this team from the Campo years. However, Parcells has fallen in a rut due to aging as well. He no longer wants to reinvent himself and take risks like he did in the past. He wants to go with the safe veteran he trusts as opposed to developing a new QB. Both are amazing men but they are not right for this organization and I think we will see that this year.