Not bad for an anti-Patriots site. Be sure to vote in the poll when the Pats will lose. The blogger must be frustrated that everyone picks "sometime in the middle of the 2008 season". http://evilpatriots.blogspot.com/ The funniest stuff is the game by game analysis of when the Pats will lose... *************************** Who is going to stop the juggernaut of doom? Here is a breakdown of the rest of the schedule: Buffalo: not bloody likely Why not?: rookie quarterback, Dick Jauron, suspect secondary But: they're spunky and divisional games against subpar opponents have done in the Pats in the past. Odds: 10-1 Final Score: 38-17 Philadelphia: no chance in hell (meaning Gillette) Why not?: McNabb is terrible, the team has no strength that isn't surpassed by the Patriots, and Andy Reid will be too busy sneaking Oxycontins into his son in jail to be able to come up with a scheme to compensate for his awful team. But: I can't even come up with a reach for how they'd pull it off Odds: 30-1 Final Score: 48-6 Baltimore: reasonable chance (evil vs. supreme evil) Why not?: Ray Lewis is on pace to snap and go on a killing spree any day now which will likely earn him a suspension and a stay in the ICU for Billick. But the best reason? Kyle Boller/Steve McNair. Either one gives you nothing at this point. But: McNair could be fired up, Ed Reed could pick off Brady a couple of times and Kevin Faulk is due for a bad fumble game. Odds: 8-1 Final Score: 35-3 Pittsburgh: scary shot Why not?: Big Ben throws 15 passes per game. He'll get behind in this one and have to throw a lot more exposing himself to bad decisions a la 2004 Division Championship game. Troy Polamalu gets deek'd by Brady's lookoffs easily. But: they matchup physically very well and prevent matchup problems for the O-Line. Ben has been better under pressure this year. If they're more physical and can control the line of scrimmage, they won't give it up in the 4th quarter like Indy did. Odds: 4-1 Final Score: 28-14 (Tomlin defended the anti-christ during spygate, so no run up) New York Jets: only if Mangini is fired in the next week Why not?: Revenge!!!!!!!! and the fact that they suck in all facets of the game. But: a rookie referee is assigned to the game and told to call it like he did with Indy. Odds: 99-1 Final Score: 104-6 Miami: only if Don Shula is offered up as a sacrifice to the Patriots Why not?: They are slightly worse than the Jets. No offense of any kind. But: They play like they did late last year and get overwhelming pressure on Brady causing several interception/fumble recoveries for touchdowns. Their offense won't be scoring this day. Odds: 50-1 only because they used to play the Pats tough Final Score: 52-0 (on the last touchdown with 4 seconds left the entire team turns as one and stares up at the box where Shula sits and just glares at him for 30 seconds....think Clemens glaring at Dan Duquette when he dominated the red sox in his return). New York Giants: A lot less than the hype will have you believe that week Why not?: Eli Manning is easily confused and the anti-christ will have him in his palm. Plaxico Burress is good, but he's not Randy Moss and he's not Wes Welker. The O-line for the Pats can contain Strahan and company, and this is only a good team because they play in the NFC. Which is not the EFC of the Pats/Colts. But: 4 kick off returns for touchdowns by the Giants and Eli Manning having the game of his life, and Michael Strahan finding out before the game that he was fired from Best Damn Sports Show and that he has to give his wife 75% of his paycheck because he didn't retire Odds: 8-1 Final Score: 48-17 (garbage time touchdown by Eli, followed by two garbage time TD by Brady) I can see Pittsburgh and NYG giving them trouble initially or making me nervous until the first drive is over. Then it'll be all Patriots.