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The more they score, the more the momentum and confidence grow.
"I don't want to really get into how the situation works itself out," Moore said. "You've got to turn the page and start today on our opponent this Sunday."
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The Patriots will be playing in Lambeau Field, where the Packers are 5-0 this season with their own string of runaways — against Minnesota (42-10), Carolina (38-17), Chicago (55-14) and Philadelphia (53-20) in their past four home games.
The Patriots and Packers (8-3) are one-two in the NFL in both points per game and average margin of victory.
Patriots tight end Tim Wright caught two touchdown passes from Brady on Sunday and has contributed to the blowouts by scoring on six of his 23 receptions.
"It's not realistic for us to expect to continue to blow teams out like that, or, I don't want to say blow out, but win by a large margin," he said. "I can't really put my finger on what it is. I think it's a culmination of things and preparation, I think, is at the forefront of that.
Moore was barely hit on the block and kept cool.

After the Patriots scored a touchdown with just under two minutes to go on a 1-yard run by LeGarrette Blount, Lions center Dominic Raiola retaliated on the last play of the game.
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"Just being professional, keeping my composure, something I've had my entire football career," he said Monday. "When you look at the score, I'd probably be mad, too."
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — The New England Patriots have piled up points and big victory margins against NFL division leaders.
New England (9-2) can match that with the last four games in its current seven-game winning streak — against Chicago (51-23), Denver (43-21), Indianapolis (42-20) and Detroit (34-9).
"But you've got to have some breaks along the way and we've certainly had our fair share of those."
He tried a low cut block at the knees of rookie defensive lineman Zach Moore as quarterback Matthew Stafford was taking a knee.
"I cut him," Raiola told the Detroit Free Press. "We took a knee, so I cut the nose (tackle). They went for six (a touchdown). They went for a touchdown at two minutes. They could have took three knees and the game could have been over. It's football. He wants to keep playing football, let's play football. Not a big deal. It's football."
Patriots special teams captain Matthew Slater is reluctant to use that word.

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