I'm not talking about the content, but the design. First, go to: http://www.patriots.com Excited for some good content? Too bad: your eyeballs are slapped with a bunch of ads, and you are invited to 'Jump to the Patriots.com homepage.' What the hell is up with that. Then, once you are at the damned page: http://www.patriots.com/homepage/ You are treated to a browser halting flash-heavy page with an ad that creeps over half the page if you accidentally put your mouse cursor over it. It takes so much of your processor that it takes three hours to switch to a new tab in your browser. If you click on half the links they bring you to a new page, rather than staying on that page. The video player isn't particularly reliable. If you accidentally go over a menu item the menu pops up and doesn't go away unless you stop the video. Then when you do click a menu item you often have to work through a labyrinthe of links to get to the content you actually want. All around a huge steamy pile of horse dung. The Dolphins have a better site. The DOLPHINS. Yes, the same crappy flash (they all use this awful format probably NFL hired one company and they used the same crappy-design infrastructure for all of them). But the video is better, no creeping black plague ads. Example of a great Pats-related site other than this one? The all things Bill Belichick site: http://www.allthingsbillbelichick.com/ Now THAT guy knows how to make a web site. A weekend without a game...here is something that has been stuck in my craw for a long time now. Suggestions: switch to anything else. Drupal, Ruby, basic CSS. At least make it W3C compliant! Take out the stupid flesh-eating ad. Make patriots.com the home page. Nobody is going to patriots.com to get a link to the Pats home page: they want to get to the dam home page!!! Make the menu system more intuitive.