As a consultant I do that by default because client's ask all the time. I usually keep up with them at User Group meetings for SharePoint and SharePoint Saturdays and Ignite. You can't beat the competition if you don't know how to defend. Just ask my Atl Falcons. ...i'm so sad now...
That game just plain ticked me off.
And it wasn't poor defense that cost the Falcons, IMHO. It was calling bad pass plays when they were on the Pat's 22 and had a shot at a field goal that could've virtually ensured victory. Instead, Quinn/Shanahan try to throw the ball (which hadn't gone THAT great all game) instead of just running, and eating up clock.
That kind of thing is almost as bad as Seattle's amazingly stupid pass call against the Pats a couple of years ago.
Brady (whom I love to hate) is a good quarterback, but this GOAT talk is horse manure. The guy is about one play away per game from LOSING four super bowls. He benefited from luck and poor opponents' play calling as much as he contributed to winning those particular games.
Anyway, I wasn't even going to watch it, but a friend invited us over and we love their family. AND he made Poutine. So, I was fat, dumb and happy for a half and then we went home. I checked the score after putting the kids to bed and just thought, "Wow, epic choke." Went to bed totally disgusted.