In this Sunday, Feb. 3, 2019, photo New England Patriots' Julian Edelman, left, and Tom Brady (12) celebrate after the NFL Super Bowl 53 football game against the Los Angeles Rams in Atlanta. (Curtis Compton/Atlanta Journal-Constitution via AP)
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Patriots cause a lot of painThere's something surgical about the Patriots' dynasty that has made the rest of the NFL reel for nearly two decades. They are 6-3 in Super Bowls in Bill Belichick's reign and with Tom Brady doing the clutch work. Or that coin tosses have handed the Patriots the ball in a Super Bowl and a conference title game overtime, and eventually they were lifting the Lombardi Trophy.Wide receiver Chris Hogan, who has been to Super Bowls in all three of his seasons in New England, explains it well.The Patriots have been in every position before.Sloppy, particularly on third downs, and even a tad frustrated by the 3-3 score, they put together a classic drive: five plays, four of them passes, for 69 yards, capped by rookie Sony Michel's 2-yard touchdown run.An 18-yard pass to Rob Gronkowski, followed by 13 yards to game MVP Julian Edelman.
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