In Borges absence, the other resident fool has rushed in, Felger writes a "damning" article about the Patriots.. it is all about the ratings baby, come and listen to my show this afternoon and we will continue this discussion. I guess in Callahan's silence, he and John Dennis will have to carry the torch. While most of us have some concerns about this move, the benefits are obvious, to panic in late april is pretty stupid.. lets see what they write next February. http://patriots.bostonherald.com/patriots/view.bg?articleid=197592 FOXBORO - While the NFL has worked hard recently to distance itself from the thug culture and questionable attitudes nagging pro sports, the Patriots chose to embrace them this weekend. Say hello to Randy Moss and Brandon Meriweather - and start booking your trip to Super Bowl XLII in Glendale, Ariz. Just win, baby. Can we all now cut through the sanctimonious garbage weâ€™ve been fed for years about the type of players brought into Gillette Stadium? In 1998, when Moss entered the NFL draft, owner Robert Kraft and then-personnel director Bobby Grier took Moss off the Patsâ€™ board due to character concerns. Moss then spent the next nine seasons fulfilling every negative prophecy laid out for him. He became exactly what Kraft and Grier feared. And yesterday he was handed a Patriots uniform. So what changed? It surely wasnâ€™t Moss, who was at his selfish, loafing worst last year in Oakland (career-low 42 catches). Forget the spin laid out by coach Bill Belichick, who said he was drawn to Mossâ€™ â€śprofessionalismâ€ť and â€ścompetitiveness.â€ť No one knows if Moss truly has turned the corner on a career that has seen him squirt water on a referee, taken a female traffic cop for a ride on the hood of his car, and most importantly, quit on almost every team heâ€™s played on.