You know, I'm getting a little sick of this statement. I literally just flip on the TV to watch a little of the Patriots pregame, and that idiot Mike Felger is asking whether the Patriots success is because they're good, or because the division is so bad. I just want to know, where exactly are these other juggernaut divisions that the Patriots don't play in? Felger cited the "battle tested" AFC North, which until recently with the Ravens (and still with the Steelers), the Patriots bashed their brains in every time. The AFC South? The Colts could win it with about 8 or 9 wins this year, and last year, the Patriots annihilated the playoff bound Texans and Colts by scores of 42-14, 41-28, and 59-24. The AFC West has two very good teams this year, but not that long ago the Chargers in 2008 and the Tim Tebow led Broncos won it with 8 wins. The NFC East? Just win 9 or 10 games and you've got it locked up. How about the NFC North? Who's leading that, the Bears/Lions at 7-6? The NFC South has had pretty good teams with the Saints and Falcons the past few years, and now the Panthers, I'll give you that. And the NFC West is great, but again, just a few short years ago the Seahawks won that division at 7-9. The only year I felt like the division was truly awful was 2007, but the Patriots played basically everyone else outside the division, the 2, 3 (twice), 4, 5 seeds in the AFC, and the 1, 5 (twice), 6 in the NFC. Sorry for the rant, but it's the first freaking thing I hear when I turn on the TV. It's getting on my nerves.