I read several of the articles and didn't see a lot of whining. Huge disappointment and disbelief was abundant, but all the writers gave the Giants the credit. They were all pretty classy in probably the hardest defeat to handle by a team that I can ever remember.
"It never really comes down to scheme," Spagnuolo said. "It always comes to players, and our guys were ready to play. They had tremendous confidence in what we were doing and believed in some way, they could somehow get to him. And they did that. I have to give credit to our four guys up front. We hung our hat on those guys all year long and we did it again."
I hope the Saints players and coaches read this.
Especially our players.
In their grandest moment, the game they told us was the most important of their lives, the Patriots choked like no other Boston team in history.