posted on Feb, 8 2005 @ 09:35 AM
Get used to seeing the New England Patriots making a strong push to get to the Super Bowl the next few years -- even making it back a time or two.
As long as they have the Tom Brady-Bill Belichick partnership, there is not likely to be anything the Patriots cannot handle. It's too much to say
this team will become the first team to win three consecutive Super Bowls -- or is it? This much we can say almost with certainty: They will be right
there come playoff time again in 2005.
After their 24-21 victory Sunday night over the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl XXXIX at Alltel Stadium, we heard plenty of dynasty talk -- none of
it from the Patriots, of course -- and the scary thing is there's nothing to think that it will end.
Aside from a catastrophic injury to Tom Brady -- and even then, don't you think Bill Belichick could will Rohan Davey to seven victories? -- the
Patriots will again be the class of the NFL in 2005.
They have won 34 of 38 games -- counting the playoffs -- the past two years, and what's not to think it can't happen again?
With apologies to the rest of the team, Brady is the only piece of the puzzle that is required for another Super run. They've won without Corey Dillon
in the past, they've won with Richard Seymour and Ty Law on the bench and they've won with a lineup full of backups. The beat will go on.