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Byline: Stan Olson
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. _ Three out of four.
The New England Patriots are champions of the football world again, the Lombardi Trophy in their pocket for the third time in four years after their 24-21 Super Bowl victory over the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday night at Alltel Stadium.
The Brady Bunch can now officially claim dynastic status.
By the time it was over, that dynasty word was being tossed all over Alltel, as the Patriots joined Dallas as the only franchises to claim three Super Bowls in so short a time.
New England shook off the fact that Eagles fans pretty much took over Jacksonville this week and the stadium this night-there were probably more No.5 Donovan McNabb jerseys in the stands than overexuberant young people cheering the halftime show on the field.
The Patriots' victory had a slight resemblance to last year's decision over Carolina, in the sense that New England's offense and quarterback Tom Brady started slowly and then cranked …