Well, the surviving members of the 1972 Miami Dolphins, the NFL's last team with a perfect season can pop open the champagne, the unbeaten Colts lost. Don Shula and the '72 Dolphins think Coach Jim Caldwell is a genius for resting Peyton and the first unit. But some (including me) think resting the starters and using the backups to get ready for the playoffs means the Colts just let themselves lose today, thinking more of themselves than make history. Coach Caldwell should be embarrassed by not putting Peyton and the starters in instead of making history. Instead Shula, Griese, Morris, Buonoconti and the '72 Dolphins are laughing at the '09 Colts because Caldwell made a cowardly decision putting his safety of his all-stars instead of making history. I bet Caldwell just threw the game by resting his starters and doesn't want to win them all. People want to see a team be perfect, but Jim Caldwell's biggest blunder of his coaching career happened today. And the 1972 Miami Dolphins are joining the 2009 New York Jets in the celebration of no perfect teams in the NFL this year. Any questions?