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2005 Week 2: Patriots at Panthers

Season 2005, Ep. 2

And you thought we were kidding about doing every game of the dynasty era! The whole gang is back together, reviewing the Patriots Super Bowl rematch against the Carolina Panthers. A word of caution though, this was recorded on 4/20, and the quality reflects that. Join the Brown brothers and Intern Tim as they revisit the first sign of cracks after the 2004 Super Bowl victory.

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