After yesterday's ritual slaughter of the Buffalo Bills, it's pretty clear the Patriots cannot be beaten. So, in an effort to level the playing field, the New England Patriots must play two teams instead of one for the remainder of the season. There are only six weeks left. During this time, teams scheduled for a bye must join forces with whoever is slated to play the Patriots. As a result, the Patriot's opponents will field twice the usual number of players at any given time. Teams will also be encouraged to tackle Randy Moss at the line of scrimmage whether or not he is near the ball, without fear of penalty. Finally, if the Patriots reach the Super Bowl, Tom Brady cannot play. Instead, the Patriots will be required to raffle off the spot of starting QB to a lucky fan during halftime of their next home game.
That should do the trick.