Pats Still Perfect

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) - The New England Patriots clinched home field advantage throughout the AFC playoffs with a 20-10 win over the New York Jets.
Laurence Maroney ran for 104 yards, including a one-yard
touchdown as the Pats improved to 14-and-0.
Tom Brady failed to throw a touchdown pass for the first time
this season, completing 14 of 27 for 140 yards.
The last time these teams met, the Jets turned the Patriots in
for using a sideline videocamera -- a violation of NFL rules.
Following this game played in wind and rain, Patriots coach Bill
Belichick had a pleasant exchange with Jets coach Eric Mangini
(man-JEE'-nee), appearing to say "Great game, awesome," as they
shook hands.
The Jets fell to 3-and-11, losing quarterback Kellen Clemens to
a rib injury in the first quarter.