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Team: New England Patriots
Head Coach: Bill Belichick
All-Time Greats: Tom Brady, John Hannah, Andre Tippett, Rob Gronkowski, Ty Law, Mike Haynes, John Morris, Bruce Armstrong, Logan Mankins, Bob Dee
Rivals: Pittsburgh Steelers, New York Jets
New England Patriots Playoff TicketsSince the mid-90s, the New England Patriots have experienced amazing levels of success, but it was a long road getting there. The team got their start as the Boston Patriots of the AFL. In the beginning, the Patriots had a hard time finding places to even play, hopping from field to field for several years before settling into a stadium in the town of Foxborough, which is just south of Boston. After the merger of the AFL and NFL in 1970, it took the Patriots a little while to find their footing. Once they did, they have become one of the most successful teams in league history. They have enjoyed an unprecedented level of success under head coach Bill Belichick. In their history, the New England Patriots have a playoff record of 37-20. They have been to the Super Bowl an impressive 11 times, six of which they've won. Their most recent Super Bowl win was in February of 2019. Get your New England Patriots' playoff tickets at StubHub.
What conference are the New England Patriots in?The New England Patriots are a member of the American Football Conference (AFC).
Where can I get tickets to a New England Patriots playoff game?You can see the New England Patriots playoff games by purchasing your tickets at StubHub.
Have the New England Patriots ever won the Super Bowl?While the Patriots had made it to the Super Bowl twice before 2001, it was not until that season that they finally got their first big win. Starting with the 2001 season, the team has been to the Super Bowl nine times this century and won six of those times.
Do the New England Patriots have any big rivalries?The New England Patriots have major rivalries against the New York Jets and the Pittsburgh Steelers. The rivalry between the Patriots and the Jets began when the Patriots head coach, Bill Parcells, left the Patriots after their successful 1996 season to coach the Jets instead. In 2000, one of Parcells' proteges, Bill Belichick, took over the head coach position for the Patriots. This has heated the rivalry up even more. The rivalry between the Steelers and the Patriots is born out of the success the teams have both experienced in the past 30 years, causing them to consistently run up against each other in the playoffs and games that have had Super Bowl ramifications.
Who have the New England Patriots gone up against in the playoffs before?The Patriots have had some exciting playoff games, with some of their more notable matchups being against the Pittsburgh Steelers, Indianapolis Colts, Baltimore Ravens, New York Jets and Los Angeles Chargers.
Who are some notable players from the New England Patriots?Probably the best-known Patriots player of all time is their quarterback Tom Brady. Brady has led the Patriots to six Super Bowl wins. Some argue that Tom Brady may be the best NFL quarterback ever. Another top Patriots player was John Hannah. Hannah played from 1973-1985 and was one of the top offensive lineman in football history. Hannah is in the Pro Football Hall of Fame and the Patriots Hall of Fame. Rob Gronkowski has been called the best tight end in NFL history, and his stats show it. Gronkowski played for the Patriots from 2010 to 2018, and during that time, he had three Super Bowl wins, five Pro Bowl nods, 521 receptions, 7,861 yards and 79 receiving touchdowns. Other notable players include Andre Tippett, who recorded 100 sacks for the team from 1982 through 1993; Ty Law, who had 36 interceptions and six return touchdowns in 10 years as a defensive back; and Bob Dee, one of the first players ever signed by the Boston Patriots in 1960 and a member of the franchise's Hall of Fame.
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