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Is the New England Patriots dynasty over?

Tom Brady and Ron Gronkowski are absence from OTAs and some fans are worried about the Patriots. With a rumored power struggle between Bill Belichick and Tom Brady, there is no way the team will stay together. But winning cures a lot of things and with the team still racking up division titles and Super Bowl appearances, everyone can overlook whatever problems there may be. What do you think? 🏈

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It was good while it lasted. The New England Patriots had a lot of success with Tom Brady behind center and Bill Belichick calling the shots, but with reports of in-fighting revolving around a non-team trainer and Jimmy Garoppolo, this team is ready to rip apart at the seams. The only question that remains is when it's going to happen.

This is the clash of two monster egos. There is no way Brady and Belichick are going to be able to bridge the gap between them. We saw how this has been affecting Brady after the outburst he had with Josh McDaniels in Week 13 against the Buffalo Bills. And now, the team is unloading talented pieces like there's no tomorrow and Belichick isn't talking about Brady or Gronkowski missing OTAs. There is no turning back now. This team is breaking up, and the dynasty Brady and Belichick built is over.

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In the 18 seasons Tom Brady and Bill Belichick have shared, the Patriots have won 214 regular season games and five Super Bowl rings. When a duo is that successful, they are bound to clash here and there. This is nothing new for the Patriots, and they know how to solve it: by winning.

That's the thing—both of these men can depend on each other. With both still performing at a high level, there isn't a team that can stop them on the field. Under allegedly torrid circumstances, the Patriots still won 13 games and earned the top seed in the AFC Playoffs, made a trip to the Super Bowl.

The team commented on ESPN's story saying there are inaccuracies in the reporting. The players that are leaving can be replaced and the team will be winning games just like they always have. Missing voluntary OTAs means nothing and people are blowing Brady and Gronkowski's absences out of proportion. As long as the Patriots are dominating, this dynasty will never die.

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