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It was a heck of a year for the Patriots. Take a look back at a few of our best tweets, Instagrams and Facebook posts. Read

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It's been a crazy year in Patriots Nation. Here's a look back at some of our favorite stories. Read

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When a high school senior won the Patriots Foundation's Super Bowl Ring Raffle, he knew exactly who he wanted to give the prize to. Read

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Train like a Patriot with health tips presented by Healit. Read

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Check out how the guys spent December before ringing in the new year. Read

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The Patriots hit 4 million Twitter followers this weekend, and we're looking back at how the account has evolved over time. Read

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James Harrison shares the perfect selfie to celebrate becoming a Patriot. Read

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The Patriots are one of the most Googled sports teams this year, and we decided to see what other things people search about the Patriots. It got, uh, interesting. Read

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Every year, Patriots players get paired up with kids from local organizations to help them shop for the holidays. Read

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Patriots players spread holiday cheer on Monday afternoon, caroling for patients at Boston Children's Hospital. Read

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In an essay for The Players' tribune, the Broncos wide receiver discusses his top cornerbacks. Read

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The Patriots rookie shared his go-to holiday shopping tips, his favorite pump up music and which teammate he looks up to the most. Read

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In an essay for The Players' Tribune, Richard Sherman listed the five most underrated receivers he ever faced, and Patriots Nation will find a familiar name among them. Read

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Sebastian Vollmer and the Patriots surprised a nurse at Boston Children's Hospital with tickets to Super Bowl LII. Read

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Lifestyle has a few ideas on how you can make the most out of to the Steel City. Read

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Need last minute gift ideas for your resident Patriots fan? We got you. Read

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A Boston teacher was looking for ways to get drivers to slow down, and he consulted the GOAT. Read

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Dave Edelson wanted to make an epic holiday lights display that showed off his Patriots pride. He succeeded. Read

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Joe Thuney tossed his hat into the ring for Sports Illustrated's Most Valuable Performer contest with his unique talent. Read

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The Patriots nominated Nate Solder as their Walter Payton Man of the Year nominee, and Nate certainly earned this honor. Read