I don't know how it looked on TV, but the fog was unreal.
Shortly after the 2nd half started you could see fingers of heavy mist coming down suddenly like somebody was pouring steam into a bowl. For most of the remainder it was somewhere between hard and completely impossible to see the ball in the air.
It made for a weirdly beautiful kinda night at Gillette. Easily the best performance of the year, but if I wanted to keep it humble I'd comment that they are missing Shanahan something fierce. We were all over almost everything Steve Sarkisian dialed up. Everybody was covering well. Even the LB corps. I don't know what their stats were for 3rd and 4th down, but it had to be total dominance for us.
On the flip side, I'll give Josh credit for sticking with the ground game even though it didn't do a whole lot early. He didn't panic and they were off-balance most of the night as a result. I'm sure Ernie Adams was up in the booth using U.S. military black ops fog-penetrating binocs, but Sarkisian called plays like he could barely see the field.
That 4th down call where they ran a jet sweep to the right on our goal line was truly one of the worst calls of the year.