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Good in the kicking game, they have good specialists, they have a good core group of players, they're well-coached, they're sound., (Adoree') Jackson have all had really good years for them.

Just because the Patriots are so heavily favored, it shouldn't discount the fact that the Patriots aren't exactly going into the postseason playing their best football of the season, especially on offense.

So be prepared to see a focused New England team this postseason with a great chance to be the first repeat Super Bowl champs since - who else? - the 2003-04 Patriots.

"I'm just trying to play better every week", Henry said. At 6-foot-3, 250 pounds, he'll be the biggest back the Patriots have faced this season.

"Throughout my years here I've seen a lot of negative, a lot of positive", Gronkowski said Tuesday. "The normal curriculum for a doctor is five years before that exam and I've stretched it to eight because of football". Everybody knows that when Belichick goes into full lockdown mode, nothing can dislodge him. "You have to go out and make the plays; make the tackles, the throws, the runs, the blocks".

"I think I'm very empathetic toward other people's experiences".

The '17 season was a roller-coaster for both the Chiefs and Duvernay-Tardif.

The Titans faced a smaller version of Gronk last week in Travis Kelce, and he was destroying Tennessee's defense until he was knocked out of the game by Johnathan Cyprien.

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The Falcons this season took half the year to emerge from their Super Bowl hangover, and they lost the game, which should have motivated them to start fast the next season and gain home-field advantage instead of their tougher route on the road as a No. 6 seed.

Henry also had 85 yards in the fourth quarter, including a 35-yard touchdown, for the NFL's third-best rushing performance in the fourth quarter of a playoff game since the 1991 season.

That could mean another big day for Henry, with the Tennessee offensive line coming off an impressive game last week. "It paralysed us, I guess".

"The Silent Assassin", veteran tight end Delanie Walker dubbed him after the game.

While Titans receiver Drew Bennett was in good position to make the catch for a first down (well inside field goal territory), he bobbled the ball and was hammered by Patriots defensive backs. But game officials again ruled Mariota's forward progress had been stopped.

"I think he does a great job on letting us know what they are and as players we listen to him and being coachable and tune out the noise". You'll get the cold, icy stare and the repetitive, monotone answer, and that will continue on and on, wasting precious minutes of life that no one can get back, until the aggressors finally tire of the pursuit and move on to more mundane topics.

A quick look at the basic stats won't blow you away: The Titans were around the middle of the pack in yardage allowed per game (328, 13th in NFL) and points allowed per game (22.3, 17th in NFL). Coordinator Matt Patricia has pieced things together in the front seven despite a lot of moving parts this season, which is one reason he's been a hot candidate for head-coaching openings.

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