Friday, November 26, 2010

Hat Trick

*Sigh. There is something about a neglected blog... it is painful and sad somehow. It's like a connection that you want, but there's been a parting... and to reconnect you need to explain or give some accounting to life's drift. But life's drift is an ocean. And, I'm at sea without a compass or map and catching rainwater to maintain.* **Loved the story about those kids from New Zealand surviving after 50 days.**

But getting on to hat tricks.

This New England Patriots season has been most entertaining. And I am not referring to the stuffed toy snake a fellow near me had with him during the Colts game...(yikes.) But the variety of ways the Pats have won, whether the special teams of the Miami game or the defense stepping up against Pittsburgh. Though when all is said and done and Brady starts clicking, the Pats then shed methodical decentness of play and turbo charge into greatness. But it is the Hat Tricks that provide yet another level. Something I missed in the Pittsburgh game (If Brady had been playing Brady, the Pats would have lost that game. Thankfully, there is only one Brady.). What I missed was the fedora Belichick wore ***before the game!*** What a cheeky boy. lol. If the Pats won, Belichick would then tie the NFL win record of Coach Paul Brown, whom BB wore the hat in honor of. In other words, Bellichick did the same thing the Giants did when they showed up for that totally forcefully forgotten Super Bowl, when the Giants wore black. They said, you will loose. Bellichick was saying that to Pittsburgh. What a cheeky cheeky fellow. lol.

Honestly. I wouldn't have thought it of him. Great coaching or game plan? great use of personell? yes yes and yes. But I would think Belichick would have left attitude apparal or appearance to either Jerod Mayo or, in an awesome display of glee, Brady.


Jenn Flynn-Shon said...

I think we've all been a little blog neglectful of late. There is just too much going on at this time of year between family, friends (in my case writing a book), sports, jobs, etc that blogging just puts it over the top in many cases. I'm really happy that we're 9-2 this year...I thought for sure all that hair would slow down Brady's throwing arm but he's proved me wrong :-) Hope you're having a great season and blog when you can, we're not going anywhere :-)

Almost Precious said...

Blogging seems to come (and go) in spurts. It can't be forced, if you feel the "blog muse" it's great, if not and you force it ... well in my case it seems to read like crap if I'm not in the mood to blog but do it anyway. Maybe after the first of the year things will get back to normal (still not sure what normal is) ... then again maybe it won't. I busted my Magic 8 Ball years ago but am sure if I still had it, the answer would be; "Reply hazy. Ask again later."

Suldog said...

Belichek sporting the fedora! I loved it!