he Patriots--who else?-- will win it all

Baldinger, Brian
January 2006
Sporting News;1/13/2006, Vol. 230 Issue 2, p42
The article presents the views of the author regarding the football team New England Patriots. He can't see how anybody but the Patriots can be considered the favorite to win the Super Bowl this year. When it comes to devising a game plan or making a key decision in the heat of battle, there is no coach one would rather have than Bill Belichick. If it comes down to a key drive in bad weather, in a hostile environment or under the most intense pressure, there is quarterback one would rather have than Tom Brady. Brady carried the team when the defense was depleted by injury, his running backs were falling like flies and the left side of his line was in shambles.


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