As a fan of several sports and as a life-time fan of the Patriots, Red Sox, Celtics & Bruins, tonight may rank as our proudest moment in New England sports history. Yeah, yeah, I know...the Red Sox winning their first world series since 1918 ranks right up their with the Super Bowl victories, the Stanley Cup and the NBA world championships...but. Their is no other sport where men literally shed their blood, sweat & tears more so than in the sport of professional football. To go 16-0 with as many come-from-behind victories as our Patriots had this season and to have them come from their largest deficit of the year tonight in front of the entire country brought tears to my eyes. When I think about Rodney Harrison coming back from his almost career ending knee surgery and Junior Seau's arm hanging limp & broken in the middle of last season, tonight just satisfied me more fully than anything I've watched the Patriots accomplish in my life time. Maybe I'm a little soft because so many of these Patriots are "Old" like me. Or maybe it's the fact that I saw a group of 40 proud men who I see as very humble & classy accomplish what they did in the face of their season of criticism, mockery & condemnation. And they never once mentioned any of this in their post-game interviews. Tonight I saw our New England Patriots stand tall in the face of adversity and they came out victorious...once again. Congratulations to Mr Kraft, Bill Belichick, the players and the entire organization!