Nationally, the smart talk is saying that Spygate is the big motivating factor behind the team running up the scores. I must not be smart because I don't think it has added one point to the scores so far. Well, maybe it added one point. So far all I see is an offense doing what it is supposed to do. It just happens to be good enough to do what it wants to do, and it does that. why sex it up with unsupportable theories? I see the scoring success more as a result of a perfect storm of supreme talent, great coaching, and the HC's desire to impact NFL history. As a matter of fact, some guys and I were actually predicting this right after we made the move to get Moss in here. If we predicted it, then it must have been pretty obvious. Could you not see what was about to happen? Moss, Welker and Stallworth - are you kdding me? So this success had its origins in off-season moves, not in anger about Mangenius. Anger does count but I just don't think the success in scoring points can be, or should be boiled down to that one factor that has the least impact of all the factors. Compared to the years of dedication to the profession on the part of the players and coaches and owners, this anger thing is way overrated. Maybe it kicks in against the Jets some, but after that kickoff they are just playing football, IMO. When it comes to fourth and short in the fourth quarter I expect them to go for the first down, no matter who they are playing. I think the real story of this team is this: It got better - a lot better after winning championships, and while its opponents like the Rams, Panthers and Eagles went into the dumpster. Did that happen because of Mangenius? He is literally a pimple on the ass of progress.