NEW YORK – Halloween in New England, 1999. The damn doorbell ringing over and over, interrupting anyone trying to watch the Patriots finish off a 27-3 win out in Arizona.
We know how Bill Belichick feels about the hit Wes Welker put on Aqib Talib.
We also know how Belichick feels about Welker (hint: he's not a fan).
The Patriots have a history of taking players with checkered pasts, and turning them into successful players on their team.
So, why is that?
NEW YORK – Randy Moss watched the AFC Championship. He didn’t like what he saw.