Originally written January 03, 2013 on 60 Max Power O:
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When all was said and done last Sunday, the Patriots were the 2nd seed in the AFC, receiving a bye that only one week before looked like a longshot. They were still kicking themselves over the 49ers loss. While they won't be playing this weekend, it certainly doesn't mean it's a week off of work. Just ask Aaron Hernandez. “I feel like, instead of thinking of it as a week off, thinking of it as a week to get better,” tight end Aaron Hernandez told Michael Whitmer of the Boston Globe. “We all need to get better, we need to grow as a team during this week, take that step. “We have a couple practices where we’re going to go hard, and work on the things we need to work on, and then the days we have off, relax, maybe watch a little bit of film, get some mental reps, and that’s about it.” The Patriots could learn who they'll be facing Jan. 13th in Foxoborough as early as Saturday, and Aaron will be tuning in to the games to see how things play out. Head coach ...
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  • Aaron represents the finest tradition of the New England Patriots and the Kraft family. This winning philosophy does not take "a week off", as Michael Whitmer might not understand.
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