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Eric Mangini: If Josh Gordon and Antonio Brown stay with the Patriots they're going to be difficult to beat

FOX Sports Monday, 16 September 2019
Eric Mangini: If Josh Gordon and Antonio Brown stay with the Patriots they're going to be difficult to beatEric Mangini explains why the New England Patriots will be a difficult team to beat in 2019 with wide receivers Josh Gordon and Antonio Brown. Patriots beat the Miami Dolphins 43-0 in Week 2 with Brown receiving his first touchdown of the season.
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