New England Patriots

Championship History

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The New England Patriots, a franchise that began as a member of the old AFL in 1960, have, to date, won a record-setting five of the nine Super Bowl games they have played in.

New England, led by Coach Bill Bellichick and Quarterback Tom Brady, lost in Superbowl XLVI on Feb. 5, 2012 to the New York Giants, with a score of 21–17.

The next year, they entered the playoffs as the #1 seed, and won the Divisional Playoffs , defeating the Texans 41–28. The Patriots then lost the AFC Championship to the Baltimore Ravens, 28–13.

The 2013 season saw the Patriots again going deep in the playoffs, defeateing the Indianapolis Colts 43–22 in the Divisional round of the playoffs, but losing ito Denver in the AFC Championship game, of 26–16.

The 2014 season again saw New England bounce back into the playoffs, winning the #1 seed and defeating the the Baltimore Ravens in the Divisional Playoff game 35-31. Their AFC Championship opponent on January 18, 2015 were the Indianapolis Colts, quarterbacked by the young star, Andrew Luck. After defeating Luck and the Colts, the Patriots faced the defending Superbowl champs, the Seattle Seahawks, defeating them to take their fourth Superbowl victory, 28-24.

In Super Bowl LI (#51), Tom Brady became the first quarterback to win five Super Bowl games as his Patriots made an historic comeback to defeat Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons.

 

In the 52nd Super Bowl, Tom Brady once again leads his Patriots into battle, this time against Nick Foles and the Philadelphia Eagles. If New England wins, Tom Brady will become the only quarterback in history to win six Super Bowl games.

 
New England Patriots as AFC CHAMPIONS: 1985, 1996, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2011, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018
New England Patriotsas SUPERBOWL CHAMPIONS: 2002, 2004, 2005, 2015, 2017 (year indicates when the Super Bowl game was played, not the season)

New England Patriots SUPERBOWL GAME APPEARANCES : 1986, 1997, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2012, 2015, 2017

YEARS IN RED DENOTE VICTORIES, BLUE MEANS DEFEAT

New England Patriots Super Bowl Results and Opponents:

Super Bowl #20: Jan. 12, 1986, New England Patriots lost to Chicago Bears, 46-10 (New England Patriots Quartback: Tony Eason)

Super Bowl #31: Jan. 26, 1997, New England Patriots lost to Green Bay Packers, 35-21 (New England Patriots Quartback: Drew Bledsoe)

Super Bowl #36: Feb. 03, 2002, New England Patriots beat St. Louis Rams, 20-17 (New England Patriots Quartback: Tom Brady)

Super Bowl #38: Feb. 01, 2004: New England Patriots beat Carolina Panthers, 32-29 (New England Patriots Quartback: Tom Brady)

Super Bowl #39: Feb. 06, 2005: New England Patriots beat Philadelphia Eagles, 24-21 (New England Patriots Quartback: Tom Brady)

Super Bowl #42: Feb. 03, 2008: New England Patriots lost to New York Giants, 17-14 (New England Patriots Quartback: Tom Brady)

Super Bowl #46: Feb. 05, 2012: New England Patriots lost to New York Giants, 21-17 (New England Patriots Quartback: Tom Brady)

Super Bowl #49: Feb. 01, 2015: New England Patriots beat Seattle Seahawks, 28-24 (New England Patriots Quartback: Tom Brady)

Super Bowl #51: Feb. 5, 2017: New England Patriots beat the Atlanta Falcons, 34-28 (New England Patriots Quartback: Tom Brady)

Super Bowl #52: Feb. 4, 2018: New England Patriots vs. the Philadelphia Eagles (New England Patriots Quartback: Tom Brady)

 

 

 Tom Brady

New England Quarterback Tom Brady


New England Patriots Links and Resources:

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