Peter King (Dale and Holley) said a couple of interesting things. One was how Ray Lewis rules that Ravens locker room with an iron fist. That situation is about Ray, and Ray, and You Can Call Me Ray. I find it foreign, weird, and something that makes me want to find a barf bag. King thinks the trip to Baltimore will be a dangerous game for us but I wanted to shout, "What about that offense, Peter?" I mean, how are they going to score points? One thing he said that did make sense was that the Giants could be locked into a fight for survival when they play us, and that we'd be sitting there with a 100 game lead in the division. What do you do? Good question. You don't want to risk injury, and if we have nothing to gain from winning the game (although we might if the Colts are keeping pace) then it could be a L. The Giants do have that kind of team, I think. Maybe. The other thing he said that I thought made some sense is that neither the Colts or the Pats should go undefeated because they do have some tough road games, etc. on the schedule. Well, yes and, well, no, Peter. The Pats have had a road game with "the best team in the NFC" already, so I don't think that tough road games are necessarily that, err, tough. I suppose it does give you pause, but I'd be more fearful as a Colts fan facing down the Chargers in SD late in the season since Shawn Merriman has owned them in the past. But the Pats facing down the Ravens? I just don't see the point. Ray Lewis will be sucking oxygen by the half. I really think the Giants are a worse threat, even more than the Steelers or Ravens.