The Patriots in the Playoffs
The New England Patriots are accustomed to being one of the best teams in the National
Football League, and they again look to be among the top squads in the AFC. The Patriots are looking to get back to the Super
Bowl, a place they're used to going, so they can add another trophy to the franchise's history. The Patriots have one of the
best quarterbacks to every play in the NFL in Tom Brady. Despite being in his late 30s, Brady is still at the top of his game,
and can be relied upon to make plays when the team needs it most. Brady doesn't have a plethora of top tier weapons at his
disposal, but that won't rattle this three-time Super Bowl champion. The team is hoping to support Brady in the postseason
with a strong running game. The Pats have a number of solid backs that can rack up the yardage on the ground.
always seem to have a leg up on the competition with Brady at the helm of the offense, but also with head coach Bill Belichick
roaming the sideline. One of the most revered coaches in the modern era of the NFL, Belichick is considered to be a mastermind
of the game. He and Brady have been to five Super Bowls together, winning three times. The team is hoping their defense can
hold up enough to get them back for a sixth time. Brady is one of the most intense competitors in the NFL, and he could very
well drive his team to make a deep playoff run.
The New England Patriots are again looking like
one of the best teams in the AFC, and teams around the conference are surely aware of that. This team is a playoff-tested
group that knows what it takes to beat the best teams in the National Football League in the biggest games. Quarterback Tom
Brady has been to the postseason on an almost annual basis since becoming the starting quarterback in New England more than
a decade ago. With Brady running the offense, the Patriots are always going to be in the running for an AFC crown. The Patriots
have earned the conference crown on five occasions with Brady at the helm, and the team is most definitely eyeing a sixth
title this season.
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 rolls 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. You can join the most loyal of Patriots fans in the stands this season
when the Pats take on an AFC foe in the postseason.
New 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?
The answer is the New York Giants, who thwarted New
England's championship dreams in the 2007 and 2011 seasons.
New 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 Fans
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 this season.