When Brady went down I remember thinking that at least 10 wins this season would be outstanding, trying to integrate a backup QB who hadn't started since high school and who only threw 33 total passes in college. *Then*, we lost Rodney, Bruschi, Adalius, Maroney, Sanders, Woods, and tons of others, resulting in an obscene number of players on the IR and major starting lineup changes. We were so low on depth that we signed two old reliables in Seau and Colvin who nobody else wanted, and threw them into the fire a few days after signing. Winning at least 10 games so far, given the other injuries, has been flat out AMAZING. This has been one of the most enjoyable seasons I have experienced as a Patriots fan, seeing the dramatic growth of young likable players like Cassel, Mayo, Meriweather, Wilhite, etc, and some steady leadership from guys like Seymour, Seau, Welker, and <gasp> Moss. This team has pounded its opponents the last two weeks and may get to 11 wins next week. Even if we don't make the playoffs, this is a team we can all be proud of no matter how the rest of the season ends.