With their stunning, back-from-the-dead victory over Denver on Sunday night -- a game in which they overcame a 24-0 halftime deficit to win 34-31 in overtime, the
"That's what it's all about," Brady said. "You've got to be able to put all that stuff aside. You've got to forget about what happened in the first half, because it was a terrible half of football. I don't even know what you coach at that point.
"So we came in and we talked about some of the things they were doing, what we needed to do. We needed to put together some good plays, which would make a good drive. And if that happened to be a few good drives, we'd be back in the game."
"It was a strong wind ..." Belichick said. "I just felt like the wind would be an advantage if we could keep them out of the end zone on that first drive. We were able to do that."
"I asked Jeff, I said, 'Are we in range?' and he said, 'No.'" Del Rio said. "I even said, 'Field goal here?' And he said, 'No, I really don't think we can make this kick here.' It was tempting, because it was close."