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USA TODAY Sports' 2017 NFL predictions: Despite Week 1 loss, Patriots will win Super Bowl Friday, 8 September 2017
Despite Week 1 loss, our experts universally expect Patriots to repeat.
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News video: Colin Cowherd rips the Patriots for their Week 1 pregame celebration

▶ Colin Cowherd rips the Patriots for their Week 1 pregame celebration 01:16

Colin Cowherd offers up his take on the New England Patriots celebrating their latest Super Bowl win before their Week 1 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.

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