Found December 03, 2011 on Boston.com:
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When the Patriots host the Colts tomorrow at Gillette Stadium, they will not be obsessed so much with their opponents’ 0-11 record - as Bill Belichick insisted all week - as much as they will be concerned about their own streak of dominance in December.
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