10.22.2007

Monday Morning Matchup: Al Gore vs. the New England Patriots

Offense: Tom Brady threw for a franchise-record six touchdowns against Miami yesterday, including five first half TDs. He completed 21 of 25 passes for 354 yard, and now has 27 touchdowns on the season. Al Gore was the 45th Vice President of the United States, serving from 1993-2001. He has repeatedly said that he will not run for President in 2008.
Edge: New England.

Defense: New England's Rodney Harrison sacked Cleo Lemon for a 10-yard loss in the third quarter, raising his career total to 30.5 sacks. Coupled with his 32 interceptions, Harrison is the first player in NFL history to record at least 30 sacks and at least 30 interceptions in his career. Al Gore won the Nobel Peace Prize.
Edge: Al Gore

Special Teams: After the Dolphins only first-half score, New England fielded the ensuing kickoff and took it back 77 yards for his first NFL touchdown. The first time the Patriots punted, Chris Hanson's kick pinned the Dolphins at their 1. Al Gore won an Academy Award for "An Inconvenient Truth" as well as an Emmy for Current TV.
Edge: New England.

Intangibles: New England has scored on its opening drive in each game this season, totaling four touchdowns and three field goals. New England has scored first in each of its seven games this season and has achieved the feat in 10 straight regular season and playoff games dating back to Jan. 7, 2007. Al Gore won the most votes in the 2000 presidential election.
Edge: Al Gore

Our prediction: Al Gore

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