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On the Patswalk: Best dressed 10/17

Last week, fans picked Patrick Chung as the best dressed Patriot thanks to his sharp suit and cool shades. But he's set to hand over his crown this week, as we've got a new fabulous five – dominated by the Patriots defensive – for you to choose from.

Take a look at all our exclusive "patsarazzi" photos from the team's business trip to Indy and then be sure to vote for your favorite fashion statement in our fan poll below.

DEVIN MCCOURTY

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The muted tones of gray, blue and maroon are a match made in heaven. The leather monkstrap shoes are pure elegance while the pattern socks add a playful element to the ensemble. Plus, we can't help but notice the Robert Kraft-style white-collared shirt. Nice recovery from last week, Dev!

ROB NINKOVICH

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Rob Ninkovich's beard is a national treasure. The defensive end gets an A+ for his impressive facial hair, and his clothes aren't too bad either. The maroon pants and brown leather boots make this a perfect ensemble for autumn. 

LOGAN RYAN

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Logan, master of business casual, makes the best dressed list two weeks in a row. The black tee and blue kicks dress down the look while the stylish jacket ties it all together nicely.

TOM BRADY

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What can we say? Nobody in the National Football League wears a suit quite like Tom Brady.

NATE EBNER

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Tom isn't the only Patriot who knows how to rock a three-piece suit, though. Nate Ebner goes all GQ in a gray and green ensemble.   

FULL GALLERY

See all the stylish looks from the team's latest road trip. Vote for your favorite on Patriots Lifestyle. 

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