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Patriots play it close, tough
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(Foxboro-AP) -- The Patriots head into this weekend�s game against the Miami Dolphins as one of the best teams in the NFL.

Sunday�s 38-to-34 win over the Colts helped solidify that claim.

The victory gave New England the best start in the history of its franchise and the second-best record in the league.

The Patriots can clinch the division title by beating Miami on Sunday. They have the inside track on one of the AFC�s two first-round byes in the playoffs. Kansas City, at 11-and-1, leads the AFC West.

Stumbling out of the gate with a 31-to-0 loss to Buffalo to start the season, the Patriots haven�t lost since September.

Since splitting their first four games, the Patriots have won twice in overtime, once by a field goal and twice by four points.


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