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Belichick believes opponents are special

Matt Light doesn't seem to find the beginning of practice, even in preparation for the Super Bowl, to be exciting. Matt Light doesn't seem to find the beginning of practice, even in preparation for the Super Bowl, to be exciting. (Barry Chin/Globe Staff)
By Michael Vega and Mike Reiss
Globe Staff / January 25, 2008

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Although they gave the Patriots all they could handle in a 38-35 New England victory in the regular-season finale, coach Bill Belichick said the Giants had "certainly improved dramatically as a football team" after winning three playoff games - on the road, no less - to earn a berth opposite the undefeated AFC champions in Super Bowl XLII ... (Full article: 930 words)

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