New England Patriots

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Full NameNew England Patriots

Nick NamePatriots


GroundGillette Stadium

Team Owner(s)Robert Kraft

Prominent PlayersTom Brady, Rob Gronkowski


One of the most successful NFL teams in the history of the NFL are the New England Patriots. The team, once known as the Boston Patriots, wasn't successful in the NFL playoffs until the 2000s. The Patriots have gone on to become the most successful club in the NFL Super Bowl since their first victory in the Super Bowl in 2002. The Patriots compete in the National Football League as a member club of the American Football Conference East division. The Patriots play their home games at Gillette Stadium, Foxborough.

The Patriots have appeared in the Super Bowl 11 times, the most by any team, and have even won the Super Bowl 6 times. Head coach Bill Belichick and the legendary quarterback Tom Brady formed the most successful partnership for the Greater Boston club and managed to reach 9 Super Bowls and won 6 of them, since they joined in 2000. The Patriots would hold virtually all of the significant Super Bowl records during the Brady-Belichick period, which is recognised as one of the greatest sports dynasties.

Additional NFL records held by the team include the most playoff victories (37), the most victories over a ten-year span (126 from 2003 to 2012), the longest winning streak in both regular season and playoff games (21 from October 2003 to October 2004), the most winning seasons in a row (19 from 2001 to 2019), the most consecutive conference championship appearances (8 from 2011 to 2018), the most consecutive division titles (11 from 2009 to 2019), and the only undefeated 16-game regular season (2007).

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New England Patriots Roster 2022-23

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5Brian HoyerQB
10Mac JonesQB
4Bailey ZappeQB
37Damien HarrisRB
38Rhamondre StevensonRB
35Pierre Strong Jr.RB
15Nelson AgholorWR
84Kendrick BourneWR
83Lil'Jordan HumphreyWR
16Jakobi MeyersWR
1DeVante ParkerWR
18Matthew SlaterWR
85Hunter HenryTE
81Jonnu SmithTE
60David AndrewsC
65James FerentzC
77Trent BrownOT
72Yodny CajusteOT
75Justin HerronOT
76Isaiah WynnOT
63Chasen HinesOG
71Mike OnwenuOG
69Cole StrangeOG


97DaMarcus MitchellDE
91Deatrich Wise Jr.DE
90Christian BarmoreDT
98Carl DavisDT
92Davon GodchauxDT
93Lawrence GuyDT
96Sam RobertsDT
9Matt JudonOLB
46Raekwon McMillanMLB
8Ja'Whaun BentleyLB
58Anfernee JenningsLB
48Jahlani TavaiLB
55Josh UcheLB
30Mack WilsonLB
27Myles BryantCB
13Jack JonesCB
25Marcus JonesCB
2Jalen MillsCB
26Shaun WadeCB
22Cody DavisDB
31Jonathan JonesDB
21Adrian PhillipsDB
41Brenden SchoolerDB
24Joshuah BledsoeSAF
23Kyle DuggerSAF
32Devin McCourtyFS


6Nick FolkK
7Jake BaileyP
49Joe CardonaLS

New England Patriots Record- Last 10 Years

SeasonDivision FinishRecordPlayoffs
20212nd AFC East10-7-0Lost Wild Card Playoffs
20203rd AFC East7-9-0Did not qualify
20191st AFC East12-4-0Lost Wild Card Playoffs
20181st AFC East11-5-0Won the Super Bowl
20171st AFC East13-3-0Lost the Super Bowl
20161st AFC East14-2-0Won the Super Bowl
20151st AFC East12-4-0Lost Conference Championship
20141st AFC East12-4-0Won the Super Bowl
20131st AFC East12-4-0Lost Conference Championship
20121st AFC East12-4-0Lost Conference Championship

Read all about New England Patriots’ Playoff History to get an in depth look at their success

New England Patriots Championships

The New England Patriots are different gravy when it comes to Championship wins. Till their inception to 1998, the New England Patriots did not have many playoff appearances although they made it to two Super Bowls but ended up losing them. After the arrival of Tom Brady and head coach Bill Bellichick the Patriots completely turned their luck around to be established as the most successful team in the history of the league.

With 6 Super Bowl wins, 11 Conference Championships and 22 Divisional Championships, the New England Patriots have created history. Between 2001 and 2021 the Patriots have made it to 18 playoff appearances out of a possible 21.

Get a detailed look into New England Patriots’ Super Bowl wins and Championship Rings

Popularly Asked Questions

1. What were the Patriots originally called?

The New England Patriots were originally established as the Boston Patriots in 1959. They were a charter member of the American Football League (AFL) before joining the NFL through the 1970 NFL-AFL merger. The team changed its name to the New England Patriots after the merger and shifting to the Foxborough stadium.

2. Where is the New England Patriots Home Stadium?

The New England Patriots home stadium is the Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts. The New England Patriots of the National Football League (NFL) and the New England Revolution of Major League Soccer (MLS) both call it their home stadium and administrative headquarters . In 2002, the Gillette Stadium took the place of nearby Foxboro Stadium which used to be the former stadium of the Patriots.

3. What controversy did the New England Patriots face?

One of the major controversies faced by the New England Patriots was the Deflategate controversy in 2015. There was an accusation that the New England Patriots tampered with the match balls before an AFC Championship game against the Indianapolis Colts.

Get all the details about the infamous Deflategate Controversy here.

4. Why did Tom Brady leave the New England Patriots?

There are a lot of rumors as to why Brady left the Patriots. Some reports suggest that he had a falling out with the head coach Bill Bellichick, and he was also not happy with his contract situation with the New England Patriots.

5. Where can I stream New England Patriots games?

You can stream any New England Patriots game on the New England Patriots app or the NFL Game Pass app. New England Patriots games are also streamed on FOX Sports, or ESPN or CBS.

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