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Don’t worry: The Patriots will be back

The Patriots lost their third Super Bowl in a decade, but this isn’t a sad story. The Patriots lost yet another Super Bowl on Sunday night, their third loss of the last decade. Without context, that sentence could be taken as a tale of tragedy, but let’s be real here — the Patriots story over the last 17 years is not a sad one. They’ve built a dynasty the likes of which we’ve never seen in the modern NFL.
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