Not only is this week's column laughable, it is also poorly researched... It gets better... When will he understand that this occurred in the first game of the season, and could have had nothing to do with the Patriots performance this season? And by asking if they are cheating now, he challenges us to prove they are not. So, wouldn't it also be necessary to prove that neither have the remaining 31 teams in the league also cheated? This is simply false. It's been well documented that the Pats were missing two starting offensive line men, which may have been crucial consdiering how Maroney has run in the playoffs with a fully staffed OL. You think just a modicum of research would have revealed that to TMQ? Gee, what was that thing at the end of the 2001 season? Isn't it a bid absurd to rate SB XXXVI as any less memorable than SB XXVI? 1991 certainly isn't that recent. Oh, that's right, the Pats must have cheated, so the game can't be considered a memorable upset (although if you ask me, if they really did cheat, that in itself would be very memorable!). TMQ just gets nerdier and nerdier.