Generally, after eight games, you know what each team is about. Injuries may heal or multiply, suspensions can be lifted or handed down, and players can still emerge or fade down the stretch. But beyond all the vagaries the second half of the NFL season brings with it, pundits and fans alike generally understand what their team is going to be. This year, in New England, that isn't the case. Depending on which game tape you review, the Patriots are a team that can't run, can't pass, can't defend, and can't play special teams...or they're a team that can pass on anyone, run through the toughest defenses, and will swarm you and make game-winning plays on special teams and defense. But over the next three weeks, the Patriots will face the toughest stretch of games they've had in years. They b ...
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