Can anyone stop Brady and the Pats offense? Who has the best chance at stopping the perfect season? The AFC's best friend in the playoffs this year could be Mother Nature. That's right, the weather could be the equalizer in creating a low scoring affair that would neutralize the passing game of the Pats and force New England into a more ball control field position type of a game. One big play could be the difference in a game.
The weather and one big play could be the difference for what many teams would need to defeat the Pats. The teams with the best shot are the Colts and Jags. Addai and Jones-Drew have big play potential in a sloppy game. Playing the Chargers could allow the Pats to become one more step closer to perfection. The Jags defense and tough running game could pose a big challenge for Brady, but appear to be a one dimensional offense and could find themselves down early with a Brady to Moss connection. Likewise the Colts arial assault and Addai ground game could keep the game interesting, but the Colts defense could be on their heels the entire game with the Pats passing attack. Clear blue skies could be all the Pats need to punch a return ticket to the Super Bowl.