Boston, MA - The New England Patriots, which remain undefeated for the 2007 season, offered their support to help fight the war on terror.
The US government is attempting to capitalize on what seems to be an invincible force within its own borders. "I don't know what it is, and I don't pretend to understand it, but all I know is that if the Patriots can beat every NFL team, it shouldn't be too hard for them to defeat the terrorists and other enemies of freedom," said General Petraeus at a press conference in Boston today.
Said Quarterback Tom Brady, "I don't see how we can lose. We've got the skill, we've got the heart. Did you see our game against the Colts? Boo yeah!"
The question of how to deploy the Massachusetts team in the war on terror is still under consideration, as the terrorists have yet to respond to Brady's challenge to a traditional football game, regardless of the fact that Brady has conceded home field advantage to the terrorists.