I conjured up this Super Bowl scenario while watching the first quarter of the Panthers game, when there was nothing but bad passes and punts.
Cowboys vs. the Patriots. Not only would Bill Parcells be facing the last team he took to the Super Bowl, but you'd have Tony Romo, this year's version of Tom Brady, facing the master in the flesh.
The common denominator, of course, is Drew Bledsoe, who will be standing on the sidelines watching two guys who knocked him out of a job go at it. But wait: Romo gets knocked out during the second offensive series and Bledsoe is forced to take over. He beats Brady at his own game, driving the Cowboys down the field for a game-winning Martin Gramatica field goal.
Keep this in mind.