Look, I'm fine with the divisional alignment. At most I'd consider adding a 7th team and only giving one bye. But you can't tell me the NFL gives a damn about the competitive integrity of the game. It doesn't. Not when it deliberately changes the schedule on the last weekend to put one team at a disadvantage. So when the NFL *itches and moans about people gaming the injury report, or freakin' tapes of the opposing coaches, any of these things somehow lessening the integrity of the game, my only answer is: Don't insult my intelligence. If all three important games had been played at the same time this weekend, the results may have been different for the Patriots. For one, the Patriots were only leading 3-0 at halftime against the Bills, the team that upset the Broncos last week, so the game would have been in doubt in the Jets players' minds if the games had been played at the same time. Furthermore, the Jets players KNEW that the Ravens were taking it to the Jaguars. How do I know? You can't tell me the Jets players weren't deflated and disappointed. Yes, I know Favre was throwing INTs and that more than anything caused the loss, but the Jets were tackling like pansies. It was a joke. The Phins were slicing through them when they couldn't do it to the 49ers. The scenario yesterday unfolded as we feared, with the Jets players realizing they were out of the playoffs DURING the game. All I know is that the NFL doesn't give a damn about competitive integrity.