Ok, it's Monday and I've had it with these clowns already. What is it about the term "decade" that people in the media don't understand? A decade is a 10 year period. A period of 10 years beginning with the number "0" begins a decade. Decade | Define Decade at Dictionary.com So how can these people in the media write and say that a Steeler win in the SB would bring into dispute the Patriots being the "team of the decade"? If there are people of the media reading this, start counting to ten on your fingers including the year 2000. If you find yourself reaching for your fly after 2009, you have gone too far. During the period from 2000-2009 NFL season, the Patriots have won 3 Super Bowls, 4 AFC Championships, and more games including playoffs than any team during that period. It's not even close. Game, set, match,- IT's OVER! The lastest is normally a good writer, Ian Rapoport, in his article today. Ian must have had some space to fill in for this article and ran out of things to say. IF, and I don't think they will, the Steelers win this years SB, they will be the first team to win one in the new decade beginning with the 2010 season. The same with the Packers, who will win it. Do you guys get it now?