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New England Patriots Super Bowl Ring

The New England Patriots was founded in the 1959 as the Boston Patriots, a member of the AFL league before joining the AFL-NFL merger. The New England Patriots hold the records for the most Super Bowl Ring wins. Total of 6 Super Bowl Ring won tied with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

The New England Patriots was considered unsuccessful prior to the 21st century, the franchise enjoyed a period of dominance under head coat Bill Belichick the superstar quarterback Tom Brady from 2001 to 2019. The Tom-Brady ear regarded as one os sports greatest dynasties, claiming the New England Patriots nearly every major Super Bowl ring record.

Other NFL records held by the New England Patriots including the most wins in a 10-year period from 126 from 2003 to 2012. The most playoff wins with 37. The longest winning streak of a regular season and the playoff games of 21. The most consecutive winning seasons 19 from 2001 to 2019. The most consecutive division titles 11 from 2009 to 2019. The only undefeated 16-game regular season 2007 and the most Super Bowl Ring with a total of 6 Super Bowl Ring won.

Below is a quick look at all the Super Bowl Championships the New England Patriots have won in the franchise history as well as their Super Bowl Ring.

New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick showing off his Super Bowl ring
New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick showing off his Super Bowl ring

Patriots 2001 Super Bowl Championship

The New England Patriots stepped into the Louisiana Superdome turf as one, opting for no pregame introductions at the St. Louis Rams took the field for Super Bowl XXXVI. The unexpected change made a prophetic statement: Win or lose, they were going to do so as a team.

Against long odds, the New England Patriots completed the 2001 NFL season as No.1 thanks to a collective effort that seemed improbable against the heavily favored St Louis Rams but was made reality by an opportunistic defense and the right leg of Adam Vinatieri.

The New England patriots turned three turnovers into their first 17 pints, cashing in on two Kurt Warner interceptions and a Ricky Proehl fumble for a 17-3 lead. After the St. Louis Rams rallied for two late fourth-quarter touchdowns to know the game at 17 with 1:30 remaining. Quarterback Tom Brady engineered the game-winning drive to lock up the Super Bowl MVP award and a 20-17 victory.

Tom Brady showed no ill affects from his sprained left ankle, drove the New England Patriots 53 yards in nine plays against a beignet-soft Rams prevent defense to set up Vinatieri for a 48-yard field goal attempt. By the time Vinatieri’s kick sailed through the uprights, time had expired and the 14-point underdog New England Patriots had slayed the NFL version of Goliath for their first Super Bowl title and winning their first Super Bowl Ring.

Patriots 2003 Super Bowl Championship

The 38th renewal of the AFC-NFC Super Bowl World Championship Game pitted the New England Patriots against the Carolina Panthers within Reliant Stadium in Houston, TX. The New England Patriots were coming off the strongest season record by any team since the 1972 Mami Dolphins, while the Carolina Panthers were two seasons removed from a 1-15 season. The event was marred by an embarrassing act of exposure involving singers Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake during its halftime show and also by a professional streaker who delayed the start of the third quarter, but despite these embarrassments the game itself proved to be the most exciting in the event’s history. After a scoreless length of 26 minutes and 55 seconds the game saw a combined 24 points ending the first half, and after a scoreless third quarter the game erupted into an offensive free-for-all that racked up a combined eight touchdowns, a field goal, and a two-point conversion, and left the score tied at 29 with just over one minute to play and the Patriots seeking their second Superbowl triumph while the upstart Carolina Panthers were well within range of a spectacular upset.

Tom Brady was named the MVP of the Super Bowl this season and the New England Patriots won their second Super Bowl Ring.

Patriots 2004 Super Bowl Championship

The 39th renewal of the AFC-NFC Super Bowl World Championship Game pitted the New England Patriots, two-time defending champions, against the Philadelphia Eagles, who hadn’t won a Super Bowl ring of any sort in almost 50 years. The Philadelphia Eagles had star quarterback Donovan McNabb to lead the team, opposite star Patriot quarterback Tom Brady. The Patriots were seven-point favorites and had won fourteen of sixteen regular-season games, based in large part on the running of new fullback Corey Dillon, acquired from the Cincinnati Bengals in the off-season. The Philadelphia Eagles, meanwhile, had made their own big-name free-agent acquisition in wide receiver Terrell Owens from the San Francisco Forty-Niners; the Eagles’ new receiver was as famous for his flashy behavior and penchant for speaking out to anyone as for his play on the field.

Thanks to him, McNabb, and running back Brian Westbrook, the Eagles won 13 games, the most in franchise history. The Patriots’ new fullback was long judged to be a source of trouble in Cincinnati, a view that changed as the 2004 season went on. The Philadelphia Eagles had climbed a major mountain, winning the NFC Championship after three consecutive losses in the conference’s title game, while the Patriots had defeated the heavily-favored Indianapolis Colts with the league’s strongest offense and the 15-1 Pittsburgh Steelers with the league’s strongest defense and running game in AFC playoff action, thus setting the stage for a long-awaited showdown between the two most capable teams of the league in the first half of the 2000 decade.

The New England Patriots beat the Philadelphia Eagles 24-21 in Jacksonville in Tom Brady‘s third Super Bowl appearance. Brady’s lone touchdown pass was a two-yard throw to Mike Vrabel in the third quarter. This Earned the New England Patriots and Tom Brady their 3rd Super Bowl Ring.

Tom Brady - New Engand Patriots winning the 2004 Super Bowl against the Philadelphia Eagles
Tom Brady – New Engand Patriots winning the 2004 Super Bowl against the Philadelphia Eagles

New England Patriots 2014 Super Bowl Ring

Tom Brady secured Super Bowl ring number four as he led the Patriots in a 28-24 win against the Seattle Seahawks in Glendale, AZ. New England was trailing by 10 points late in the third quarter until Tom Brady threw touchdown passes to Danny Amendola and Julian Edelman to take the lead.

This year, Tom Brady surpassed Joe Montana’s mark of 11 Super Bowl touchdown passes with a 4-yarder to Danny Amendola to bring the New England Patriots within three points.

Seattle Seahawks, seeking to become the first repeat NFL champion since New England Patriots a decade ago, was outplayed for the first half, yet tied at 14. The Seattle Seahawks scored the only 10 points of the third period, but the NFL-leading defense couldn’t slow the brilliant Tom Brady when it counted most.

New England Patriots Super Bowl Ring Ceremony
New England Patriots Super Bowl Ring Ceremony

New England Patriots 2016 Super Bowl Ring

Tom Brady, Bill Belichick and the rest of the New England Patriots have long been reluctant to rank their victories. They’ve refused to label any given season, or title, sweeter than another.

New England trailed by 25 points and Brady had a case of happy feet and a wobbly arm that made him look every bit his 39 years. Before Lady Gaga had even dropped from the sky for Sunday’s halftime show, the pregame anointment of Brady as the greatest to ever play was being rightfully ripped on social media that, along with the scoreboard, had all but handed Atlanta this game.

Then came the best comeback ever.

No team had ever made up more than a 10-point deficit to win a Super Bowl. Brady led the Patriots on five straight scoring drives that equaled 31 straight points. The last touchdown wrapped up a 34-28 victory, yet felt inevitable and anticlimactic despite coming in the first-ever overtime in the Super Bowl’s 51-year history.

This earned the New England Patriots their 5th Super Bowl Ring.

New England Patriots 2018 Super Bowl Ring

Defenses dominated what was supposed to be a super shootout until Tom Brady led one classic drive to win the New England Patriots their record-tying sixth Super Bowl.

Tom Brady threw two perfect passes to Rob Gronkowski to set up rookie Sony Michel’s 2-yard score — the only touchdown in the lowest-scoring Super Bowl ever. That put New England Patriots up 10-3. A late field goal clinched the win over the Los Angeles Rams 13-3.

In a season in which all sorts of offensive records were set, this Super Bowl rewrote the defensive record book.

“Finally got a touchdown and the defense played the best game of the year,” Brady said

No Super Bowl had gone into the fourth quarter without a touchdown. This one did, tied 3-3 — even though these teams combined to average over 60 points a game.

When the New England Patriots needed a score, Brady, the oldest winning quarterback in a Super Bowl at 41, completed four straight passes, including a pair covering 47 yards to Gronkowski. The second, on which the star tight end beat two defenders, ended at the Los Angeles 2, the only time either team was inside the 20-yard line. Michel ran off left tackle for his sixth postseason touchdown.

The New England Patriots won the Super Bowl Ring with a final score of 13-3 over the Los Angeles Rams.

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