Why do coaches always overreact and overexaggerate? It's like the boy who cried wolf, now when we REALLY turn in a stone cold DOMINANT defensive performance (something like shutting the opponent out and forcing 4-5+ turnovers) and Fangio says it's the best game he's been a part of, it won't mean as much because of what he said after a very nice but far from dominant performance. It wasn't even the best defensive performance of the last week. Tampa we easily played way better. Since when is allowing 2 TD's, 2 FG's (coulda been 3) and forcing no turnovers the best defensive performance in 25 years of coaching? Against Tampa, we forced multiple turnovers, and only allowed 3 points and that was without our starting nose tackle against a run-oriented team. Granted, Detroit's offense is more explosive, but Tampa had won 15 of its previous 23 games so they're no slouches. In fact, I don't even think yesterday's defensive performance was one of the top-3 of the season. I'd say quite possibly Tampa, Cincy, and Seattle were all better.