These are the days when it's best to just turn off the radio. When you write about a team that is followed by a fanbase as passionate as the New England Patriots, you have to expect a little bit of an overreaction after a performance that can, at best, be described as disappointing. With two large sports talk stations to listen to now in New England, you're going to hear a lot of people voicing their dissatisfaction after watching their supposedly Super-Bowl-bound club get outplayed for two straight weeks. There were two teams on the field Sunday. One looks ready to take the league by storm with a smart, efficient quarterback and a defense led by a coordinating prodigy not afraid to let his defenders loose. The other is a struggling offense that seems unsure of itself, lacks a clear plan B ...
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