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Sunday, November 30, 2003

In NFL news, the Patriots take care of business against the Colts in the RCA Dome today and moved to 10-2, their best start in franchise history.

I got to sit down and watch this game in my own home, a rarity for a New England fan in an NFC town that lives and dies by the Redskins.

I'm still not sure quite what to think of this team - it's a testament to their talent that they managed to take down a 9-2 team in their own stadium despite making a number of key mistakes throughout the game. They turned the ball over three times in the second half - and an 18-yard punt that more or less amounted to a de facto turnover.

Also, the opponents of one of my fantasy football teams started Peyton Manning today, so the third quarter in particular was painful.

Next week - Miami comes to Foxboro, an opportunity to nail down the AFC East, thereby becoming the NFL's first team to clinch a playoff berth. (Kansas City can also clinch a berth by beating Denver at the same time.)


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