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Pats' Offense an Unstoppable Force

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There is no debating how much tight end Rob Gronkowski does for Tom Brady [stats] and the Patriots [team stats] offense when he’s on the field. Opponents just can’t cover him.

One of the biggest story lines heading into last...

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