I just can't believe how no one is giving the Pats any chance to win this game! Even Tim Fox (Tim Fox!!) said he thought the Pats were going to lose, but he hoped he was wrong. He thought the cumulative travel for two tough road games will make the Pats unable to rise to the occassion. I think BB will get them thinking, just win today and you can have a week off before the Superbowl. Brady looked very confident at his press conference; he didn't look tired at all. Our passing game has looked so much better these last five weeks or so, and everyone poo poos that. I can't remember if Gafney was on the team yet in Nov., or if he was, he must have been new and didn't do much. Now that he and Reche are playing well (and Troy is his usual self), we at least have the threat of an explosive passing game which we didn't have then. That's gotta help us in this game. We kept it close last time with a lot less going for us. Everyone talks about Manning and how he is "due" to have a great game since he's had two stinkers in a row. Couldn't the same be applied to our running game? What about Maroney indoors on turf? Isn't that where he shined in college? The one-sidedness of the story lines is incredible. Last night on NFL Network the big story was about how "Tony Dungy and Lovie Smith are on the verge of NFL history..." Uh, don't they both have to get past a very formidable opponent first? They acknowldeged that Lovie Smith had to get by Shaun Payton before he could coach against his good friend Tony Dungy. No mention was made that Tony Dungy has to get past anyone. If the Pats do win, they should dance in the press box rather than the middle of the field for all of the disrespect they have been shown by the supposed "experts" in the NFL. This time (as in other times past) the disrespect is real. Most of them predicted just one week ago that Indy had no chance. Now they are the second coming of the greatest team we have ever seen. GO PATS! I hope and pray that you win (and think that you will!).