All the talk this week about how offended the good people of Indianapolis are that their team's home lockerroom is being soiled by the evil Patriots and how they are so upset that the arrogant NE fans are coming, but that they will hold their noses and take their money. It brought one thing to mind. Dear Indianapolis. You're welcome. You're welcome, because Robert Kraft saved your city's economy by heroically working to save this football season and, hence, your ability to be on the world stage and make tens of millions of dollars from people who would rather chew off their left feet instead of having to go to your city in the middle of winter. While your ne'er-do-well, Chris Farley-Black-Sheep-Silver-Spoon-Heir owner tweets his disrespect of the man singularly responsible for the one major league championship your city has ever won and the building that hosts this week's game, you ignorantly voice your disapproval of the sheer audacity of the New England Patriots and their owner occupying the same facilities that your team uses (at taxpayers' expense, mind you). So, although you have no idea about any of this and will continue to grouse, I will take this opportunity as a New England Patriot fan and proud customer of the team that Bob Kraft owns to say on his behalf: You're welcome.