This is one of the most memorable games of the Bill Parcells era in Foxboro, the Divisional playoff form the 1996 season. The fog was so thick the TV cameras could barely see through it and they had to use a ton of field level shots. Still, on the Pats first play from scrimmage, Drew Bledsoe hit rookie Terry Glenn for 55 yards over Rod Woodson, Curtis Martin punched it in for the first of his three touchdowns (on just 19 carries for 166 yards) and the rout was on. Just a little reminder today that this Dynasty didn’t begin with Tom Brady taking over after the Mo Lewis hit. And it’s not going to end with him semi-retiring down to Florida.