Dan starts off questioning some of the decisions of Belichick in last nights game. Legitimate questions, too. I was impressed, hoping Dan would delve into them and discuss the game.
Well, in this instance, hope is just some word politicians throw around. Dan asks the questions, but does not bother providing any context or explanation.
Instead, we are presented with passages like this one:
It was the Patriots' first game in the Colts' new building, which will be the home of the 2012 Super Bowl. Named after Forrest Lucas, a truck-driving man who founded one of the country's largest producers of automotive lubricants, Lucas Oil is well known on the NASCAR circuit. Stadium officials opened the retractable roof more than two hours before kickoff.
There were only seven offensive possessions in the first half, which ended with the Colts leading, 7-6.
I can see why Dan didn't want to leave that first paragraph on his MS Word clipboard.