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New England Patriots Links 1/15/15 - Ninkovich: 'We Have to Hit Reset Button' on Colts

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  • Lee Schechter notes Vince Wilfork discusses how the Patriots feed off Tom Brady's competitiveness.
  • Steve Buckley finds that Brady still has the same zeal and enthusiasm that he brought to the field way back in January 2002, when this was all new and shiny.
  • Tom E. Curran says that despite hawking Uggs and embracing goats, Tom Brady at 37 is still one of the most crazed players in the league.
  • Mike Reiss shares his notes from a busy Wednesday at Gillette: There's a widespread feeling the Pats didn't play their best against the Ravens. They're approaching this week as a chance to correct that.
  • Adam Kurkjian wonders whether the Patriots will go to the ground again or stay in the air.
  • Karen Guregian discusses the hype surrounding Andrew Luck and says this is Luck's first real test when it comes to the playoff season.
  • Jeff Howe points out the good and the bad of Andrew Luck.
  • Jeff Howe looks at the key matchups for Sunday: Rob Gronkowski vs. Colts safeties.
  • Tom E. Curran explores the matchups: Rob Gronkowski vs. LaRon Landry.
  • CSNNE tells us Sergio Brown wants to throw Gronk out of the club.
  • Chris Mason notes this game will mark Sergio Brown’s first return to "the club" since Rob Gronkowski sent him packing in Week 10.
  • Jeff Howe Patriots Notebook: Josh Kline is preparing for the possibility of starting the biggest game of his career; Jonas Gray and Julian Edelman are removed from the Injury Report; Brandon Browner (knee), Chris Jones (elbow) and Dont'a Hightower (shoulder) all suffered injuries against the Ravens; Belichick and Brady have won five conference championships together, the most in history by a coach-QB tandem.

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