I apologize in advance if my feelings strike you as too "sentimental." But for a game of this magnitude, it deserves these emotions. Even before this amazing season of 07-08, our dynasty has been something we really could never have predicted. Winning 3 superbowls in 4 years was amazing, and the rise of Belichick and Brady has been something of a dream. The past half decade has provided us with enough memories to last a Patriots fans lifetime. Looking back on our teams history, the prospect of going 18-0, let alone 19-0, was simply unfathomable. Thinking that our QB and WR would break the TD records of their respective positions was something that never even crossed our mind. And to do both in a single season? Just like I did in the beginning of the season, I would have called bull****. This Sunday something far more than "special" could happen. For an NFL team, especially in the salary cap era, to go undefeated and win the Superbowl (and break various records in the process) is an achievement that has never happened before and might never happen again. Moreover, it is an achievement that will stand alone in sports history and for many, touch emotions and lives far more than people thought a sports game ever could. So this Sunday, instead of reading into who the "best" QB of all time is, or listening to sports "experts" decide if the Pats team really is the best ever, take a moment to step back and look at the big picture. This Sunday, Patsfans, take a step back and take it all in. What could happen Sunday is a once-in-a-lifetime type thing. Appreciate the moment. Enjoy it. This Sunday could (and hopefully will) be something to remember for the rest of our lives.