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New England Patriots Playoff Details
The New England Patriots are one of the most successful franchises in the history of the National Football League. While a number of greats, including Jim Nance, Drew Bledsoe, Tedy Bruschi, and Kevin Faulk have worn the blue, red, and silver for the Patriots, New England is perhaps best known for the winning player-coach combination of quarterback Tom Brady and head coach Bill Belichick. Under Brady and Belichick’s leadership, the Patriots hold the NFL record for the most superbowls both reached and won by a player-coach team, with eight and five, respectively.
Since the year 2000, the Patriots have set numerous records, having been to the NFL playoffs more than 15 times, representing the AFC (American Football Conference) East. Brady has the most playoff wins of any NFL quarterback in history, having won more playoff games than any other quarterback (except Peyton Manning) has even played! With New England, Brady also holds the record for the most career playoff passing yards, surpassing his nearest rival (Manning) by almost 3,000 yards as of 2017. While a handful of teams have appeared in more playoff games than New England, the Patriots maintain an excellent win-loss percentage in the playoffs of over .600. Perhaps more impressively, since the arrival of Brady and Belichick, no NFL division can count more postseason wins than the Patriots alone! They are arguably the most dominant playoff team in NFL history.
While the Patriots have maintained a number of rivalries throughout the team’s history (including a particularly bitter rivalry with one of their divisional opponents, the New York Jets), the contemporary team’s two largest playoff rivals would be the Indianapolis Colts and Baltimore Ravens. The rivalry between the Patriots and the Colts has spanned the majority of the 2000s. The Patriots (led by Brady) and the Colts (led by Peyton Manning) met in the playoffs three times over the course of four years, in 2003, 2004, and 2006. The winner of each meeting would go on to claim victory in that year’s superbowl. The Patriots and Colts (under quarterback Andrew Luck) met twice more in the playoffs in 2014 and 2015. The Patriots emerged victorious both times.
The Patriots-Ravens playoff rivalry really took off when the two teams played one another in the 2012 AFC Championship game. Despite leading going into the fourth quarter, the Ravens were defeated after Brady himself ran into the end zone for a touchdown in the final minutes of the game. New England and Baltimore would go on to meet again in the AFC Championship the following year, when the Ravens would give the Patriots their first AFC Championship defeat at the hands of a road team. The 2015 playoffs would see the Patriots and Ravens facing off once again, with the Patriots winning 35-31, in order to advance to the AFC Championship.
When do New England Patriots playoff tickets go on sale?
If the Patriots make the NFL Playoffs, playoff tickets should go on sale shortly afterward. This will typically occur around the month of December. Be certain to sign up for an account so that you can receive alerts when playoff tickets go on sale!
How much do New England Patriots playoff tickets cost?
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