By Michael Hurley, CBS Boston

ATLANTA (CBS) — With the Super Bowl now just two days away, the Patriots are feeling loose and confident.

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“This is our sixth practice. We have hit everything,” head coach Bill Belichick told pool reporter Jenny Vrentas. “I think we are ready to go.”

The confidence showed itself in a casual competition after practice involving Tom Brady, Brian Hoyer and Josh McDaniels.

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From the pool report:

“After the work on the field was done, Tom Brady, Brian Hoyer and offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels played a contest to see who could punt or throw the ball closest to the goal line without crossing it. Hoyer was the winner, landing a punt at about the 1-yard line. Belichick stopped to watch, enjoying a light-hearted moment with his assistant coaches and players.”

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Clearly, the Patriots aren’t feeling the stress as they head into Super Bowl weekend.