Monday, October 15, 2007
Patriots Rock Like A Hurricane, Jets Just Blow
If you don't believe the 2007 version of the New England Patriots could be the best team ever, then you're either irreversibly clueless or a disillusioned Jets fan. After Tom Brady put up video game numbers on the Cowboys Sunday, there is legitimate reason to believe this team, cheating or not, could run the table all the way through the season. A few weeks ago, Steve Czaban, on his nationally-syndicated radio show called the Patriots – and here's where this post gets sort of weather related – a Category Five super team. It's beginning to look more and more each week like The Czabe may be right. This morning he compared the Pats season thus far, and all the hype and build up surrounding the team, to Hurricane Katrina. That may be taking the analogy a bit too far, but New England looks like a strong, unstoppable force that is turning the rest of the NFL to unrecognizable rubble. And this is coming from a disillusioned fan of the Jets, who, at 1 and whatever, look like a tropical depression.