Instead of being total enablers that the mediots are being by basically encouraging someone to go for Brady's knees saying, "it's inevitable, sooner or later someone is going for Brady's knees if they keep running up the score." Not only are the media telling players that they should be mad at the Pats for running up the score, which I'm still convinced most are not, but they're saying, in a roundabout and backhanded way, that it would be a normal and justifiable reaction to scoring too many points for a player to cheat and threaten a HOF QB's career. Not only is this logic twisted and dangerous, but it's also revealing of the media's stance towards the Pats as they are pretty much willing this to happen. I have a new idea, from now on why doesn't any member of the media whose atleast somewhat objective or even favorable to the Pats say this, "if someone goes after Brady's knees, sooner or later that person is going to have to fear for his health not only from the players but from the fans." I am usually a reasonable fan, and I like to think that I'm not a mindless homer, but if I was ever around someone who ended Brady's career I'd probably throw a rock at his head, so I can only imagine what some actually crazy fans would do. The media needs to start making this point before something happens to a Pats player that is totally uncalled for, and this escalates from a media-manufactured story to a seriously ugly situation.