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One way or another, seeds will sprout in playoffs

If the Patriots run into Pittsburgh in the playoffs, they won't have to worry about top Steelers back Willie Parker, who broke a leg. If the Patriots run into Pittsburgh in the playoffs, they won't have to worry about top Steelers back Willie Parker, who broke a leg. (JEFF ROBERSON/Associated Press)
By Reid Laymance
Globe Staff / December 30, 2007

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - One of the Patriots' mantras during their run at a perfect 16-0 season has been that they can focus only on the game and the opponent that week. Another constant theme was that they had more important goals, meaning the Super Bowl. (Full article: 1088 words)

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