New England Patriots Playoff Schedule
The New England Patriots are looking good on the football field yet again,
and they look to be on track to taking home the AFC East title. The Patriots have owned the division ranks in recent years,
and they're hoping to find themselves atop the standings again in 2014. New England got off to a slow start to begin the year,
and while the media may have hit the panic button the Pats did not. New England has rounded into form, and it appears that
their biggest competition for the division title will come from the Miami Dolphins, who are having a breakout season with
young quarterback Ryan Tannehill. The Patriots are looking to finish strong down the stretch and run away with the division
crown and perhaps the number one seed in the conference.
The Patriots have one of the best quarterbacks in the history
of the National Football League in Tom Brady. Brady has won three Super Bowls in his career and been to five big games. He
certainly has the kind of experience that a team wants in the postseason, and he's looking to earn his fourth Super Bowl win
this season. Brady has a great weapon in tight end Rob Gronkowski, who has rounded into form after starting the season a bit
injured. Brady and Gronk are one of the best combos in the league right now.
The Pats will have to take on some of the
toughest teams in the league in the AFC playoffs, one of which is the reigning AFC Champion Denver Broncos. The Broncos beat
the Patriots in the playoffs last season, but New England was able to take down Denver in their 2014 regular season matchup.
If they meet again in the 2014 playoffs, then it's sure to be one of the biggest games of the year, and could happen in the
AFC Championship Game. It will be yet another chapter of Tom Brady against Peyton Manning, one of the best signal caller matchups
in the history of the league. Another tough team that is one the rise in the AFC this season is the Indianapolis Colts. The
Pats bounced the Colts from the playoffs last season, and they'll be looking to do so again if the two teams meet in the postseason
this time around. Whatever the matchups, you're going to want to attend the, especially if they take place at Gillette Stadium.
Be there to see if the Patriots can make another run to the Super Bowl.
The National Football
League provides football fans with the opportunity to see some of the best athletes in the world live and in person on a weekly
basis throughout the season, but that's taken to a whole new level when the playoffs roll round. The NFL is always unpredictable,
and that's never truer than in the postseason. The best teams in the league will be going head-to-head through three rounds
leading up to the Super Bowl, one of the biggest sporting events on the planet. Fans pack into stadiums across the country
to catch a glimpse of their favorite team taking the field for a playoff game, and the atmosphere in the stands is always
incredible. Many of these fans live for football, so you know they're going to intense come playoff time.
England Patriots Trivia
Tom Brady has led the New England Patriots to the Super Bowl five times in his illustrious
career, winning three of those games. However, the Patriots' two Super Bowl losses came to the same team. Which team is that?
answer is the New York Giants, who thwarted New England's championship dreams in the 2007 and 2011 seasons.
England Patriots History
The New England Patriots were an original member of the American Football League and joined
the National Football league in 1970 in the famed AFL-NFL merger that created the framework for the National Football League
that fans know today. The team became nearly unstoppable when the coaching staff discovered Tom Brady was the answer at quarterback,
winning the Super Bowl in 2001, 2003 and 2004. Brady has taken the team to two additional Super Bowls, but the Pats failed
to win those contests. The Patriots have made the postseason 19 times throughout their history.
New England Patriots
Sports fans in New England are notorious for their passion for the gamed they love, and perhaps none are more
loyal and dedicated than fans of the National Football League and the New England Patriots. The stands are absolutely packed
for all the biggest games, and that certainly includes playoff games. It's an amazing time to be a Patriots fans right now,
and the diehards are ready to head to the stadium to see the Patriots take on some of the best teams in the AFC in the playoffs