I'm going to throw out a hypothetical that I think is reasonable to consider if we're only two games away from taking it all at this point. All year we've heard about how this team is beatable. We've heard about blueprints to get it done. We've heard about the weaknesses that can be exploited. And we've seen every attempt so far fail. If this team -- already regarded as possibly the best team to ever take the field in the NFL -- if it goes 19-0, will we finally hear a litany of pundits, opposing teams and opposing fans finally admit that they were not beatable? There is a clear distinction here between what the '72 Dolphins did and what the 2007 Patriots are doing. They played and beat all but one AFC playoff team. They played and beat three of the NFC playoff contenders, including the top seed. The '72 Dolphins were unbeaten in their match-ups. The 2007 Patriots have been unbeaten and by all reasonable measure have been unbeatable. I recognize that there will always be those who will say "they got lucky in Baltimore" or "other teams made critical mistakes that could have put them away." But will there finally be some mainstream belief and recognition that this team, this year, was unbeatable?