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New England Patriots: Derrick Burgess Just Became My Binky

OAKLAND, CA - DECEMBER 3: Oakland Raiders defensive ends Derrick Burgess #56 and Kevin Huntley #94 sack Houston Texans quarterback David Carr #8 during their game on December 3, 2006 at McAfee Coliseum in Oakland, California. (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)
Andrew CahillSenior Analyst IAugust 6, 2009

The other 31 teams in the NFL were just officially served their notification to duck and cover this year.

The New England Patriots acquired a proven pass rusher.

All year, my only desire was to see the ball stuffed down the throats of the other teams, and their quarterbacks flattened on the freaking ground.

My desire to watch this man explode with quick tenacity, and decimate teams' offensive confidence is matched by NOTHING.

The final piece just fell into place. Vegas better cut down those Super Bowl odds a little more, or some people going to get RICH.

Count on it this year, the Patriots will be like a broken ATM spitting out money for anyone betting on them to make the spread.

19-0. Super Bowl XLIV victors.

Done.

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