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January 9, 2013

Patriots expect tougher time stopping Foster

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“But we’ve faced it.”

The Patriots, the NFL’s highest scoring team, will need their usual productive offensive game to offset that and force the Texans to throw.

They’ve already done it once, right?

“They didn’t play their best game. They know that and we know that,” Wilfork said. “It starts with their running game. It starts with Foster. The more touches that he gets, in the passing game or on the ground, the better that team is.”

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