In this NEW NFL, especially in recent years, alot of these games have become unpredictable not necessarily b/c of parody and "On any given Sunday", but alot of intangibles like emotion, the 24/7 stress of game planning play a big factor, which doesn't make it all surprising when alot of upsets happen week to week. However-it seems like the Pats, amazingly, just take care of everything in a business-like manner week in and week out. How does this team manage fill their emotions tank immediately every week, when they go empty? How does the coaching staff game manage to whether the stresses of 24/7 game planning every week as well?(It's not surprise why alot of good teams come out with poor game plans once in awhile, as sometimes alot flies over their coaching staffs' heads from time to time) The game you guys played against us was a classic example-The Cowboys were a big underdog, the coaches, players, and fans were angry over the 24/7 love the Pats got from the media(but not the Boys). And you'd think the TX Stadium crowd would be VERY hostile to the Pats during the game, to the point where the Pats' O, Brady, and the players would get distracted, right? And you'd think the Boys' players would play with alot of anger to the point where they would punch the Pats in the mouth, right? Wow-it was impressive how the PATS were the ones coming out doing the punching.(I'll admit, if Matt Light had started the game, that fumbled TD probably wouldn't have happened). And I'll admit too, when I saw interviews of Pats' players before the game, just judging by their demeanor-I kinda felt we had the game lost from there. And take the Bills game too-you would think Buffalo's hugely emotional crowd would trickle down to the players, right? Wow-the Pats, yet again, put it away early. Anyhow-what is the secret to their success?