The Patriots obviously know this time of the year. Not just the players but the coaches. It occurred to me while watching the games yesterday that the Pats and BB must have a preparation plan in place for playoffs/by weeks etc. For instance would it surprise any of us that BB an the coaches Devote time Last week to breaking down the likely winners of the AFC Wild Card Weekend Games? Granted some of that might be wasted, but doing nothing and waiting on the final scores also do nothing. IOW if I could devote 2 days each to The Ravens, Chargers and Texans (you know your not playing the 6th Seed no matter what) then isnt that good prep? Then when you know your playing LAC you are 2 days ahead of the curve (albeit with an the most recent game to break down). Has anyone ever heard of the Prep that they do in situations like this? Am I off base? What other things can you think of as advantages based on experience? For instance...Seems like BB and the Front office would have already had Practice and living arrangements in place had they been in a similar situation to LAC. (Assume on Sat they knew they would be playing a 2nd game in a row on the west coast.) Its these little details that equate to .06 of a point in the grand scheme of things that fascinate me. Especially when we have had a front row seat for 19 years to a coach whose life revolves around attention to these details.