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Eagles vs. Patriots: How they match up in the Super Bowl

How the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots match up in Super Bowl LII: Eagles run offense vs. Patriots run defense The Eagles have three backs — Jay Ajayi, LeGarrette Blount and Corey Clement — and use them all. Blount has an NFL-best 10 touchdowns in the postseason since 2013. He’s dangerous...
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