The Patriots face the Philadelphia Eagles in the Super Bowl this weekend.
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Tom Brady insists there will be nothing to choose between his New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles when the two sides collide in this weekend's Super Bowl.Brady will be chasing a record sixth Super Bowl crown Sunday as the Patriots machine comes up against an Eagles side who have been quick to pitch themselves as underdogs for the NFL's championship game.While the Patriots remain the firm bookies' favorites for a clash that sees Brady play in his eighth Super Bowl while Eagles opposite number Nick Foles plays in his first, the quarterback said he was paying no attention to the odds.Brady meanwhile said he had no advice to give Eagles quarterback Foles, who was just 13 years old when he was winning his first Super Bowl for the Patriots in 2002 .
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