He ranked us 9th in the "Fatally Flawed" category (along with Jacksonville) with this nugget: "9. New England If you had told me six years ago that (A) the Pats would win three Super Bowls in the next four years, (B) the Pats would be 9-3 in December 2006, (C) I'd be giving that 2006 season a C-minus through 13 weeks, and (D) my buddy J-Bug (a season ticket-holder since the MacPherson era) would be skipping Sunday home games because, and I quote, "I just didn't feel like going" ... there's no way I would have believed any of it. " and ranked 8 teams ahead of us, including Cincinnati, Chicago, Baltimore and Seattle. Some fan. Sorry if the link doesn't work, I am not computer savy. http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/page2/story?page=simmons/061208 EDIT - I forgot he had this little gem earlier in the article: "Unrelated note: If I had to wager back in early-September on the "most inevitable Patriots-related thing that will happen during the 2006 season," it would have been a four-way tie between Rodney Harrison getting seriously injured, Junior Seau getting seriously injured, a ticket-scalping scandal involving Fred Smerlas and Tom Brady's four-turnover game in a Miami loss on Dec. 10. Three down, one to go.)"