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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Unlike some of their recent AFC East titles, the Cheap New England Patriots Jerseys China earned this one the hard way.

Quarterback Cheap Tom Brady Jersey China and the offense came to life with a fourth-quarter comeback Saturday, and the defense stiffened on a final drive, to help the Patriots defeat the resilient Cheap Buffalo Bills Jerseys China 24-17 and clinch their 11th consecutive AFC East championship.

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“It’s pretty cool,” Brady said. “It’s hard to do, and it’s a lot of effort and hard work, and a lot of people are coming in day after day and sitting in these chairs and trying to do what’s right for the team. It’s a great reward, it’s a great step for us and it’s great to control the ability to do that, too. Happy for us, our team, our coaches, our families and our fans, and hopefully we can build on it and go play great next week.”

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The Patriots trailed 17-13 entering the fourth quarter, which marked the first time they were behind at home through three quarters against a division rival since the 2016 season.

They scored the game’s final 11 points, sparked by Brady, running back Cheap Rex Burkhead Jersey China and the return of wide receiver Cheap Julian Edelman Jersey China, who had left the game in the third quarter to be evaluated for a concussion. Burkhead’s 1-yard touchdown run with 5 minutes, 6 seconds remaining, followed by Brady connecting with Edelman on a 2-point conversion, put the Patriots ahead for good.

The crowd at Gillette Stadium serenaded the quarterback with chants of “Brady! Brady! Brady!” in what was an electric atmosphere. Soon, those chants turned to “Let’s go defense! Let’s go defense!” as the Patriots held off a late charge by the Bills, who drove from their own 25-yard line to the Patriots’ 15 before they were stopped on a final fourth-and-15 play in the end zone.

Coach Bill Belichick, who wore a white division championship hat to his postgame news conference, smiled when asked how he liked the fit.

“Love wearing this hat,” he said, after noting, “It’s a good feeling here. Great fourth-quarter drive offensively and defensively big stop there at the end. … There’s a lot of mental toughness in that locker room, and they showed it.”

Cornerback Cheap Stephon Gilmore Jersey China wore a T-shirt that read “The East Is Not Enough,” which was a theme throughout the locker room.

“They’re all different, they’re all hard, and I love winning the division. You never take that for granted,” said Edelman, who has been a division champ in each of his 11 seasons. “But that’s not the ultimate goal.”

Edelman’s return in the fourth quarter was one of the top storylines of the game. He had missed almost a full quarter when he returned to the huddle with 9:01 remaining in the fourth, and Brady connected with him on a 30-yard pass over the middle on the first play.

That started a seven-play, 59-yard touchdown drive, and then Edelman hauled in a 2-point conversion toss from Brady.

Patriots captain Cheap Matthew Slater Jersey China jokingly compared Edelman to the biblical character Lazarus because he was “back from the dead.”

Brady, who finished 26-of-33 for 271 yards and one touchdown, improved to 32-3 all-time against the Bills. He completed 79% of his passes, his best completion percentage since Week 11 of the 2017 season. Brady hadn’t reached 56% in his previous five games.

Meanwhile, the Patriots improved to 12-3 and maintained their position as the No. 2 seed in the AFC postseason chase. If they beat the Cheap Miami Dolphins Jerseys China at home next weekend, they would earn a first-round playoff bye.

The Patriots have won 12 games 12 times since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger, and the franchise tied San Francisco for the most 12-win seasons over that span.

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Footage of the Cheap Cincinnati Bengals Jerseys China sideline shot last week by a freelance videographer hired by the Cheap New England Patriots Jerseys China, which prompted an NFL investigation, was aired Sunday by Fox Sports.

In the video, which appeared to be shot by Bengals security, a member of the team’s security is heard questioning the Patriots’ full-time producer as the camera shows a tight shot of the Bengals’ sideline.

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The Patriots acknowledged their production crew inappropriately filmed the field and sideline during the Bengals’ Dec. 8 game against the Cheap Cleveland Browns Jerseys China and accepted full responsibility. The crew was credentialed by the Browns to shoot video for a Patriots web series called “Do Your Job” on an advance scout for the team, but the Patriots did not inform the Bengals or the NFL, which they called “an unintended oversight.”

In the video that aired Sunday, the Bengals security member, while watching what was filmed, asked whether the footage was shot for a piece profiling an advance scout. When told yes, Bengals security said: “Come on, guys! I don’t see the advance scout in this footage.”

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The Patriots employee responded they were “trying to get some field perspective. That’s my bad.” Bengals security then pointed out the shot was of the Bengals’ sideline and “not the field,” and the Patriots employee offered to delete the footage. He said he didn’t know he wasn’t allowed to shoot the sideline and apologized.

Bengals security asked, “How did you not know” that filming the sideline was not allowed? The Patriots employee responded, “But I can delete this right here for you.” The Bengals security member then laughed and said, “The damage is done, my friend.”

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The video ended with the Patriots employee again offering to delete the footage and saying that once it’s deleted, “there’s no way I can get that footage back.”

The Boston Globe reported Sunday that the Patriots suspended the producer on site for the video shoot. A source told ESPN’s Mike Reiss that the employee has not been at the Patriots’ facilities all week but would not confirm he has been suspended.

In a statement Sunday, David Mondillo, a supervising producer with Kraft Sports and Entertainment, said he and his crew obtained permission and credentials for their shoot.

“On December 8th I was doing what I have done for more than 18 years — working to produce high quality content that tells the unique, behind-the-scenes stories of people, players and the organization,” Mondillo said in the statement. “It never occurred to me that my actions and the actions of my crew would be misconstrued.”

Mondillo’s statement also detailed what he said happened in the press box.

“We went directly to the press box and set up our camera to get the footage we needed. We interviewed and shot the Patriots scout sitting in a chair watching the action and panned back and forth from him to what he was seeing on the sidelines,” the statement said. “We also took footage of the field as the intent was to show what he was looking at when he looked through his binoculars watching the game.

“At that point, I went to the restroom and when I came back, my cameraman was told to stop shooting by someone from the NFL and he was joined by two others from the Bengals organization and an additional NFL security person. We stopped shooting immediately when asked to do so and cooperated fully. We had a detailed exchange about who we were and why we were there and what they wanted us to do. I gave the Sony SXS card to NFL security and we complied with their request, packed up and went home. I had no intention to provide footage to football operations, I did not provide any footage, and I was never asked to do so.”

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said Wednesday at the league meetings in Irving, Texas, that the NFL will not make any judgments until the completion of an investigation.

In 2007, the Patriots were fined $250,000 and lost a first-round draft pick for violating NFL rules against using video to steal the New York Jets’ signals in a scandal dubbed “Spygate.” Head coach Bill Belichick was also fined $500,000.