This will sound strange to any of you who haven't studied the history of American Football and the NFL, but one of my favorite, imaginary scenarios has long been that the Pats would win an SB on a Drop Kick (My fantasy had Vianatieri doing it, but who knew?)... So, imagine my surprise when the Pats tried it today. Therefore, my question: what was Flutie's kick all about? a) An arcane bet between Belichick and Saban, made over a couple of beers, during one of their off-season sceances in Baton Rouge: "OK, Nick, I'll whip your butt with a drop-kick if you ever bring an NFL team into Foxboro.. No way Bill, I'll nail Vinatieris' a**s." b) Belichick showing the NFL that he understands and plays the game at a different level than today's coaches, channeling the ghosts of Paul Brown, Vince Lombardi and George Halas? c) A fluke. Flutie said he'd like to try it and BB said "What the heck, you made the Hail Mary, maybe you can make this?" d) All of the above. e) None of the above.