I keep reading about the dissapointing Super Bowl loss and how the Giants own the blue print on stopping the Pat's . Pretty much just throw everything including the entire kitchen sink and our offensive line will collapse. This will happen every time according to the so called experts. The word blue print is a word I have grown to disdain. We've heard it thrown out there quite a few times towards the end of season. Particularly, Philly,Baltimore and NY all had one. Is there such a thing anymore as having a good game and exploiting favorable matchups at just the right time? Maybe you were the right end of the play more times that day? I mean seriously, the Pats outscored their opponents 18 times last season and were outscored by 3 points in the final minute with some freakish plays that went the other way on that final drive. I would associate a blue print with something that consistently stops a team in it's tracks. Therefore you pretty much dominate the game. I am looking forward to this season and seeing how this so called blu print works for other teams. I would venture to guess not so well and probably assume the first time Randy Moss goes for 200 yards +3 TD's, teams may ease off that approach of rushing 5,6,7,8 players. Our offensive line was good enough to win us 18 games last season and all of a sudden they are a huge concern? From the sounds of it around here you would think they are as bad as the Houston Texans or Miami Dolphins. Sure we could use more depth. Every offensive line in the NFL could. I'm sure they could use 3 probowlers on their line too. Anyway it kind of irks me that our offensive line is associated with this stupid ass so called blue print. They are imo the best line in all of football. If the Giants blue print is the best way to beat the Pats than I'm a happy camper because the other team has to got to get lucky and have freak plays go their way and execute mistake free football for 60 minutes every week. What a huge advantage for us. I am so stoked to seeing the Pat's success continue this season.