I normally just turn the other cheek and laugh at what ESPN says, but this time I had to laugh and share with those that didn't see it. On their show "Around the Horn", one of the panelists, Bill Plashcke was the lone man picking the Cowboys. Now thats fine, he is entitled to an opinion. However, his sticking point was the fact that this Pats team has no big/close game experience and they won't now how to react in that environment on the road. He feels that these large wins are going to serve as a disadvantage essentially. It's beyond laughable. Yeah, these guys have never sniffed a big/close game. Just that most of the defense has played in 3 Super Bowls that were each decided by three points. Oh yeah, and that Brady guy with his two SB MVP's and numerous comeback wins. I guess BB and the coaching staff might have some experience too, have to check on that. In closing, we knew this, but ESPN has degenerated into a sad state in a lot of areas.