Turned on the TV to a real nice surprise around 6:45 last nite to see Albert Breer back on NEST talking football. Given his Sporting News gig is national, he's now living in Boston, and that will give him the opportunity - I hope - to be a recurring guest on NEST again. He was talking AFC East - and he really seems to think this division is stronger than a lot of folks give it credit for. He thought the Bills would have a great defense and combined with Lynch, that should be enough to carry the offense to the playoffs. And he believes the Jets team - outside of the QB - is much stronger than given credit for, specifically the defense. I will defer to Breer's football knowledge any day, but I still think we run the table in the East, even with the other team's making some key additions. I thought the Jets additions (specifically Pace & Gholston) were overrated and risky, and have the potential to tie up a lot of money in players who could be busts. At the end of the interview, Tanguay - never known for subtlety - asked him point blank "would the Patriots be back in the Super Bowl"? He laughed and said "yes, yes they will...and they'll be playing the Cowboys".