There's not a lot to say this week so I'm going to try and focus on just the positives. Rosen threw two beautiful TD passes (that were dropped) in his very first drive. Preston Williams is likely the best rookie receiver we've signed in a very long time. There was some semblance of a pocket at times today and the offense had opportunities The refs were unsurprisingly one-sided with calls....even when they had to dive out of the way when Grant was getting hit 3 yards out of bounds. Meanwhile, we got flagged over and over again for contact within 5 yards of the LOS. The defense didn't give up anything deep....but then again Brady didn't really go deep either. Minkah clearly hasn't "quit" on the team with several good tackles and a forced fumble. After watching 3 quarters of Fitzpatrick who did everything he possibly could, I can't help but wonder what would have happened with 4 quarters of Rosen in the huddle. The kid is simply better suited for this porous offensive line. Some may disagree, but I couldn't help but feel like the Pats took it easy on us. That was sort of negated by the ref's one-way interpretations of holding, illegal picks and PI....it was pretty amazing how Edelman could yell at the ref AND THEN the ref throws the flag. The Pats got away with a lot today when they clearly didn't need it. Maybe the best news of all- only 14 more games to go! Today gave a little bit of hope that with Rosen on the field, maybe we'll actually have a chance at winning one this season. It's going to be an extremely long year though and we'll very likely set some records that no team wants to have.