• Glad to see Gerald Mc Raney of "Major Dad" fame is getting work again, even if it is under the pseudonym "Brad Childress."• Michael Irvin wouldn't pick the Patriots to beat the Maine Thunder Thighs of N. • Bill Belichick has cut off the sleeves on his hoodie tonight. Third and 4 from the Minnesota 16, Brady rolls out under pressure and throws deep down the right sideline to Benjamin Watson, who loses a jump ball to the ageless Darren Sharper. Tom Brady does the same thing, and it is remarkable how he remains so composed under pressure." See, sometimes even a blind squirrel with a snapped tibia finds a nut. Brady hits Reche Caldwell on the old receiver screen that Deion Branch ran so well. During the pregame, ESPN showed some NFL Films footage of a miked-up Belichick. but Smoot comes in from behind and pokes out the ball. And in an item completely unrelated to the last, the line has done a terrific job tonight against the Vikings' vaunted front seven, particularly considering Stephen Neal and Russ Hochstein didn't play. This offense could really be something if this rate of improvement continues.
He looks ridiculous, like a middle-aged woman heading off to Curves for her afternoon 1/2-mile walk on the treadmill.• Tonight is the one-year anniversary of Tedy Bruschi's comeback from a stroke. FIRST QUARTERDamn, it's in the Metrodome - reminds me of the Homer Hanky days during the Twins' '87 World Series run. I'd say it's inexcusable, particularly since Watson dropped a pass on previously play (is it too soon to call him "enigmatic Ben Watson" yet? Matt Light absolutely blows up a Vikings linebacker, and Caldwell manages to keep his eyes in his sockets long enough to sprint all the way to the Vikings 40. At one point, we hear him admonishing Watson to catch the ball with his hands, not his pads. Belichick and Dante Scarnecchia really know the secret to piecing together a cohesive line. And the defense was stellar from the first snap forward - they knew what the Vikings were up to and made Brad Johnson look like Rob Johnson all night.
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