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Wednesday, December 14, 2005

1 degree...

This morning when I went outside to start the car it was 1 degree Farenheight outside. One. Up a little farther north it was below zero. And it's not even January yet. Unbelievable. No sense bitching about it, that's what happens in winter.

I was hoping this ultra-cold snap might actually do us a favor and last through Saturday while the oh-so scary (not really) Tampa Bay Buccaneers are in town but it's looking like it's going to warm up and be in the 30's for the game.

Even though it won't be super cold for the game, temps in the 30's can still work in our favor.

30 degrees will be damn uncomfortable weather for the visitors coming from Florida, but after this week of arctic weather, it's going to feel like a heat-wave to The Patriots and their (hopefully) loud-mouthed fans.

While everybody else seems to be girding themselves for the worst against the admittedly tough opponent that is the Tampa Bay Bucs, as usual I have confidence in The Pats. There's free hats and t-shirts riding on this game Saturday, and The Pats don't lose free hat and t-shirt games, especially at home at The Razor.

If there is one cause for concern in my mind it is the state of Tom Brady's leg injury. He's listed as questionable and that's all we know. I saw a quick piece from Tom being interviewed at his locker, telling reporters that Belichick told him not to talk about his injury.

"That's what the boss says, and that's what I do,"

Works for me. Hope you're ok Tom.



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