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Five Things We Learned: Patriots @ Bengals

Domata Peko (USATSports)

Five observations from Sunday's game between the Pats and Cincinnati

Cincinnati (AP) — In all sorts of weather, under all kinds of pressure, Tom Brady threw at least one touchdown pass week after week. His streak went on for 52 games, the second-longest in NFL history. He couldn't keep it going in Cincinnati, not even with the Patriots a yard away. The Bengals ended his streak with a 13-6 victory on Sunday that ended in a downpour with New England passing away...

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