He said the Pats are like that perfect family that is tightly wound that every thing looks perfect at first but one kid grows up to do drugs and the daughter turns into a "Goth Chick". He said that if the Pats strew together a few losses this team is going to fall apart. He points to Moss alligator arming a pass as the sign that the players are ready to crack in New England. Ironically, he compared them to the Cowboys who are like the family who may have kids who get C's, but the are always happy and the kids grow up to be well adjusted adults. If things go wrong, they just roll with the punches. I know Cowherd is a Cowboys homer, but is he really serious with this? Does anyone other than him think that if the Cowboys and the Pats both string together 3-4 losses that it is the Pats more likely to fall apart at the seams? With TO, Patrick Crayton, and Pacman Jones? With Wade Phillips as the head coach with Jason Garrett looking over his sholder and his abismal playoff record? With Belichick and his winning system and abilities to find a way to win and create motivation out of nothing? With proven leaders like Harrison, Bruschi, Faulk, Seymour, etc. who have proven to overcome adversity like the whole Spygate Scandal, Milloy being cut 5 days before the season, and Terry Glenn trying to hold the team ransom? I know Cowherd has to create interesting storylines every day, but let's get real. Other than Moss short arming one pass, what evidence is there that the Pats' players are ready to rebel against Belichick? You can point to Moss' past history, but his past history is no worse the TO's.