I'm all for delicious ironies.
Pats beat the Gints to go undefeated on the regular season, Moss breaks Rice's season TD record, Brady breaks the season TD record held by Manning, blah blah blah. But in their greed for glory, Belichimp and Brady's gambit backfires when Osi Umenyiora sacks Brady so hard that his cranium is separated from his spinal cord and he has to get one of those metal head thingies and can never play ball again. Pats' season ends at 16-1, Brady grows fat, depressed, and suicidal, and Ben goes on to eclipse his Super Bowl wins with 5. Brady pulls a Brad Delp as the media soon move on to Ben as the best QB ever to play the game. Belichimp is found stabbed to death by his ex-wife, who, in her only comment to the press after being arrested, says: "I'm not here to talk about that [the murder]... I'm just here to talk about what's coming up next [the trial]."
Oh no, my friends, for in Finny's scenario, Giselle goes back with Leonardo, who then wins an Oscar, most likely for a film based partly on Brady's life.
In his acceptance speech, he lastly mentions our poor, afflicted hero, and tells him "our hearts are with you in your continued struggle. Keep fighting the good fight." And that's all it takes for Beardy to call his good friend, Tedy Bruschii. Tedy comes over with his shiny Beretta and puts old Tommy out of his misery. Tedy, in his extreme remorse, and because a second stroke has left him much like Lurch from the Addams family, then turns the gun on himself.
Belicheck, learning of this double tragedy, suffocates himself by inhaling the cut-off sleeves of his hoodie.
And that, gentlemen, is what I call a perfect trifecta.
I could get a superfecta with Moss, Harrison and Maroney, but it's late and my creativity is low....