The Bachelor stars Jill Chin and Genevieve Parisi were spotted at the Gillette Stadium for the New England Patriots vs Miami Dolphins Week 17 game on Sunday. 

The two were clicked holding hands and enjoying the view of the stadium ahead of the blockbuster game. 

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Jill Chin, an American Architectural historian and television personality, participated in the 26th season of ABC’s reality dating show The Bachelor in 2022, which featured Clayton Echard from Columbia, Missouri. Genevieve Parisi was a part of the same season and was eliminated in week 7. 

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Parisi returned for the 8th season of Bachelor in Paradise. She split from Aaron Clancy in week 6.

The Miami Dolphins need to win at least one — or possibly both — of their last two games to reach the postseason. They are on a four-game losing streak. Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa is in concussion protocol again after what was at least his second traumatic brain injury of the season, and Teddy Bridgewater is expected to start. 

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The winner of the game has a decent chance at a playoff berth. If the Patriots lose, they are out; if the Dolphins lose, they are in trouble.

“I’m excited to get an opportunity to play some football, some meaningful football,” Bridgewater said as he prepared for his first action since Week 6. “Looking forward to this opportunity we have to get into the tournament.”

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Running back Raheem Mostert said the team’s bad luck is not something it can control.

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“The four losses is something that you can definitely control, but it just hasn’t gone our way” with the injuries, he said. “It’s just the way of the game. … I know there’s a lot of playoff implications on what we have to do and everything like that, but we’ve just got to dial in on what we have to do in order to get a win this week.”