So here we are, a regular season game in which NOTHING but records are on the line. If the Pats lose or if the Giants lose, it means nothing to the rest of the season. The final standings are set for these teams, a win or loss changes nothing. This game is about stats. 16-0 is remarkable for a regular season record but does anyone care a bout 16-0 if they lose in any of the 3 games they may get to play in within the next month? By half time, all the 'prime time' players may be on the bench anyway. You think everyone plays '60 minutes' just because of the 16-0 record? As for personal stats, unless it is a blowout, you think they force the issue to get Brady or Moss the records at the expense of their health and/or their future in the playoffs? This hype seems out of control for a "meaningless" regular season game. I want the Pats to win and win big. I want 4 Moss touchdowns and 7 Brady TD passes and no INTs. But I'll take a 23-10 win in which neither player sets their record and the only TDs come from DEF and special teams as long as everyone is healthy when it is over. I'm not saying Cassel should come in during the 2nd series or anything . I am fine with Brady playing until the 4th quarter, I just don't want to see them press and try to make something happen rather than let the game take its course.