Well we know BB and company wont; but it seems like the PatsFans poster board is starting to overlook the Jills. There is a curious and unusual lack of current game commentary threads and opinions this week. Since it is a Divisional game (always dangerous) and the Jills when their front office and coaching staff don't make idiot decisions (like starting Losman instead of Edwards) they can be a solid and dangerous team. Especially on their own home field. I don't expect the first half to be a cake walk and if the Pats have any kind of bye-week lethargy it could turn into a trap game. But it got me to thinking; rank ordering the next opponents: Who has the best chance to trip up the undefeated season. Because I intuitively thought buffy should be #2. So laying them all out here is where I came out. SCHEDULE: 18 Nov (Sun-NT) @ Buffy 25 Nov (Sun-NT) PHI (home) 3 Dec (Mon-Nt) @ BAL 9 Dec (Sun-4pm) PITT (home) 16 Dec (Sun-1pm) NYJ (home) 23 Dec (Sun-1pm) MIA (home) 29 Dec (Sat-NT) @ NYG MOST LIKELY TO STOP 16-0 RECORD CHASE: 1. Pitt: big, bruising lines; spoiling for a fight and want to ace out indy for the bye week. coming after 2 other physical teams on a short week. 2. Buffy: Div opponent at home. Especially tough if we take losman out again and the backup comes in. 3. NYG: good team at home with most likely a playoff spot on the line; Also on a short week. but I dont think their secondary can stop NE and NYG offense is too inconsistent. So I think Buffy is more dangerous. The rest are really also rans - I don't think they have much chance other than the any given sunday argument. 4. PHI: I dont buy Donovan hype that much and we always say BB can take away 1 player. after westbrook what do they have? 5. BAL: In their weak divison they may have something to play for; but QBs for them dont scare anyone. 6. NYJ: toss up to flip them and Bal. Plus game is in NE. 7. MIA: ricky williams make a difference? naah. also in NE.