I couldn't help thnk WHAT IF after watching two particular plays in the 4th quarter of the Super Bowl in regards to the 2006 and 2009 draft trades of the Pats with Green Bay that paved the way for the Packers to have TWO playmakers on both offense and defense who made two important plays to seal the championship. Those 2 plays were the forced fumble of Mendenhall by a flying Clay Matthews who punched it out and the big catch by Jennings who helped serve the knockout punch to the Steelers in that late crucial drive. A look back at the drafts that eventually helped GB to a Title 2006 Draft - The Pats make a RARE draft move and perhaps the worst move in BBs tenure by trading UP in the draft to #36 to take the all world WR Chad Jackson (sarcasm) leaving Greg Jennings to still be there for the Pack at #52 2009 Draft - Clay Matthews sits for the taking at 23 but the Pats move DOWN this time and the Pack says thanks,I'll take Clay Mathews and the Pats go on to draft Darius Butler Not to say the 2010 draft wasn't great for the Pats,because it appears at the early indications it was,but there is no doubt the Pats moves in the draft in 2 of the past 4 years are a huge reason why the Packers are World Champions today. When you look at the moves between the Packers and Patriots,only Rob Gronkowski at this time appears to be in the Patriots favor - Julian Edelman has been good at times but can't be considered a playmaker - Butler and Tate are still unproven and at this point are STs guys more than solidified starters and may or may not be busts...time will tell there but at this point Green Bay has dominated in both draft years moves. I know,no one has hindsight to know these things would happen and I know other teams had a chance to draft Jennings and Matthews before NE could have, but still in the back of my mind I sit here and say WHAT IF we had those 2 playmakers...would we be holding that trophy this year?