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Critical game of give and take

Turnover battle has added importance

With a bounce in his step Saturday night, Laurence Maroney (122 yards) had the Patriots' first 100-yard rushing game in the playoffs since Corey Dillon in 2005. With a bounce in his step Saturday night, Laurence Maroney (122 yards) had the Patriots' first 100-yard rushing game in the playoffs since Corey Dillon in 2005. (Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff)
By Christopher L. Gasper
Globe Staff / January 14, 2008

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The Patriots played a bend-but-don't-break brand of defense in a 31-20 AFC Divisional playoff win over the Jacksonville Jaguars Saturday night, but their ability to generate turnovers - and not turn the ball over on offense - turned out be the breaking point for the Jaguars. (Full article: 849 words)

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