First off, I think the concept is hysterical. In any case, here's the stat that impressed me: the Patriots are 80-1 (in the regular season) since 2001 when they hold a lead at any point in the fourth quarter. Here are the two reasons why I find that amazing: (1) In that same time span, every other NFL team has blown at least seven fourth-quarter leads. (2) It basically means that every time the Pats have lost under Brady, it's because a comeback "attempt" fell short. The game that comes to mind on hearing this stat was the loss in Denver in 2005: although the Pats lost by over a TD, Brady still managed to quiet the Donkey fans in the fourth quarter ("Oh, s#$@#$, is he going to pull this off again?").