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    Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, left celebrates with Julian Edelman after throwing a touchdown pass to Edelman in the second half of the AFC championship game Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers in Foxborough, Mass. New England advanced to the Super Bowl with a 36-17 win.

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    Patriots wide receiver Chris Hogan celebrates his touchdown catch Sunday in the first half against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Hogan had a career game, catching nine passes for 180 yards and two touchdowns.

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    Patriots quarterback Tom Brady throws during the first half of the AFC championship game against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday in Foxborough, Mass.

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    Steelers running back DeAngelo Williams carries the ball during the first half.

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    New England Patriots wide receiver Chris Hogan celebrates after making a touchdown reception during the first half.

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    Patriots quarterback Tom Brady hands the ball to running back LeGarrette Blount during the first half.

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    Patriots wide receiver Chris Hogan looks back as he runs to the end zone for a touchdown during the first half.

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    Patriots wide receiver Chris Hogan makes a touchdown reception during the first half.

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    Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown runs against Patriots cornerback Logan Ryan during the first half

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    Patriots cornerback Logan Ryan breaks up a pass intended for Steelers wide receiver Eli Rogers during the second half

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    Patriots kicker Stephen Gostkowski celebrates after kicking a field goal during the second half

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    Steelers nose tackle Javon Hargrave sacks Patriots quarterback Tom Brady during the first half

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    Patriots cornerback Malcolm Butler breaks up a pass intended for Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown during the first half

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    Patriots quarterback Tom Brady celebrates with wide receiver Chris Hogan after a touchdown pass during the first half .

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    Patriots quarterback Tom Brady holds the AFC Championship trophy as he celebrates Sunday with head coach Bill Belichick after the Patriots throttled the Steelers, 36-17. It will be New England's record-setting ninth Super Bowl appearance and its first since winning the Lombardi Trophy at the end of the 2014-15 season against the Seattle Seahawks.

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