Well, you have to admit, unless you are a Falcons fan, that was the greatest Super Bowl in the history of the game. If you are a Falcons fan, sadly, that was the most crushing defeat in Super Bowl history. To be up 28 to 3 halfway though the third quarter and then have the opposing team shut you down while you allow 5 straight scoring drives and 7 straight scoring plays to them...wow. That was a game that lived up to the hype though. Those two teams really slugged it out but once again Belichick and Brady managed to do absolutely amazing work to keep their team in the game and make adjustments that turned it around. I don't think any team but the Patriots could have authored that comeback because in a Super Bowl when a team is down by 25 points in the third quarter that tends to be it...the team usually collapses under the weight of the deficit and the glare of the big game. I have to say that this really was an exclamation point year for Belichick. What he had to coach through this season showed, I think, that he and how he has built his staff has proven him to be the greatest coach in football history. I mean when you think of the "dynasty" teams of the past they were the same group of players...no matter the sport even...teams like the 49ers, Steelers...these teams had the luxury of being able to field the same group of great players. I mean they won the Super Bowl only two years ago but they only had 22 players left on their team from that squad. Belichick has had to do it with totally different teams, different starters, different coaching staffs. And while Brady has also sealed the deal on being the greatest QB in NFL history...Belichick just kept winning without him. So, Brady is amazing. Truly the greatest QB of all time but Belichick is some sort of football god. A true genius of his sport. I don't think Brady, the 6th round choice out of Michigan develops into a 5 time Super Bowl winner, 4 time Super Bowl MVP, and wins all those games and becomes a coach on the field without being mentored and coached by Bill Belichick. Drop Brady onto any other team and I think it is possible he never wins a Super Bowl. Belichick I think would have won Super Bowls, maybe not gone to 7 and won 5...but I think he would have managed getting rings even without Tom Brady. I don't care how big a Patriots fan you might be but you can't tell me that the Patriots had the more talented team out there last night. This is the part about Belichick that truly just stuns me. That Atlanta offense had far more talent than the Patriots offense. They had three WRs that are better than the Patriots starting WRs. A pair of running backs that are more talented than the Patriots backs. And the Falcons had the better offensive line! I know people in New England love Edelman, Hogan, and Amendola but come on...these guys are not as talented as Jones, Sanu, and Gabriel. I think any of those guys would start on the Patriots. Gabriel actually looks like the kind of guy the Patriots would love and he is the third receiver. Somehow Belichick and his staff get these guys that are players that have been cast off, bounced around, and nobody wants and turns them into players that win game after game after game. If you sent Jones or Sanu or Freeman or Coleman or Gabriel to other football teams...they would still be good, they would still start games, and they would still rack up stats. You send any of the Patriots skill players elsewhere...and they may not even start and if they managed to they would not be anywhere near as good as they are under Belichick and his staff. It's just amazing.