We played and won. That is a 100% success. How we won, whether it 3-0, 80-0 or 77-76 doesnt count more or less. Colvin looked EXCELLENT. Maroney will be a sure fire superstar in this league. Damn he runs with urgency. Caldwell did his job. The secondary was good, but for one drive. The defense allowed 10 points. McGahee was 20-70, and that was 19-55 (less than 3.0) plus one 15 yard run. Gostokowski is 1-1 in clutch kicks. Rodney is not yet 100% but looks like he will be soon. TBC made a couple of nice plays. Faulk = winning football player, as does Troy Brown. OL was fantastic in run blocking, struggled vs the pass rush. If we run for 5 yards a pop, and 180 yards every week, no one will beat us. Personally, I think BBs wish all along has been to be a dominant running team, couple that with his defense and be unbeatable. Until now we couldnt run well enough often enough to lean so heavily on the run. If we can, we will. This team is reminding me of 2004 on offense, and 2003 on defense, so far. Of course, in the first half it looked like the FIRST GAME of 2003. Keep this thought in the forefront of your mind: The Patriot dynasty has not revolved around doing any one thing with consistant dominance. It has not revolved around blowing people out of games. It has revolved around: MAKING PLAYS THAT DECIDE THE GAME WHEN THE GAME IS ON THE LINE. NO TEAM HAS BEEN BETTER AT THAT OVER 5 YEARS THAN THE PATS OF 01-05. NO MATTER WHAT HAPPENS LEADING UP TO THE GAME DECIDING PLAY; THEY MAKE IT. What to take from today is that this quality, the rarest in a team, still exists.