I'm developing a habit of thinking that the only way to beat Brady is to do it with the front four. This is mostly due to the way he's handled the blitz. His numbers against the blitz are unbelievable. The rest of the offense too. I can still see Kevin Faulk taking out some massive LB a few weeks ago, chopped him to the ground, pass complete, move the chains, so much for the blitz. I can still see Denver (playoff) blitzing over and over and getting burned underneath over and over, and finally flying the white flag and giving up. To me that was one of the most superb jobs of quarterbacking I've ever seen. They handle the blitz. Joe: Forget the blitz. So I'm thinking that if the Skins don't have the same quality up front (like the Giants) to collapse that pocket consistently, they just won't have a realistic shot. We know the Cowboys couldn't do it. San Diego couldn't do it. Jason Taylor didn't exist last week. Even Aaron Shoebel ended up failing. I actually think the Giants are a very dangerous team at this point. I think so not because they've won a few in a row, but the way they're doing it. They seem to have a complete team. Their front four seem to be at a very high level. If there is one team besides than Indy that looks like they have all the pieces in one place at one time, it could be the Giants. Who said Plaxico Burris was a "wuss" and would never make it outside of the umbrella of the Steelers' running game and Hines Ward?