The quarterback is the heart and soul of the offense -- and usually the team. They get a lot of the credit with the team wins, and usually take a lot of flack when the team loses.
On Sunday, Tom Brady didn't look to be his usual self. He botched the team's final play of the first half, and threw two interceptions in the second half. The Patriots never scored a touchdown in the second half, either.
Simply a great defensive performance by Seattle? Or is there more to it?
NBC Sports Talk's Ross Tucker discusses where the blame should lie, and if Tom Brady is the major reason New England fell to 3-3 on the season.