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Since winning their first Super Bowl in 2001, the New England Patriots have been one of the most dominant NFL's franchises in the history of the game. With a chain of command topped by three future Hall of Famers in owner Robert Kraft, Head Coach Bill Belichick and Quarterback Tom Brady, the Patriots have been a model of consistency, winning the AFC East an astonishing ten out of 12 years since 2000 and three Super Bowls in five appearances.
The Best Quarterback, Head Coach Tandem Ever
Brady, one of the greatest quarterbacks to ever play (and maybe the best by the time it's all said and done), and Belichick, who is quickly ascending the list of greatest all time coaches in any sport, form one of the most dominating partnerships in sports history. Since 2002's nine win season, the Patriots have placed in the double digits for victories every single year—including an 11 win in 2008, when Brady missed the entire season with a serious knee injury.
The two have constantly played a major role in revamping New England's team philosophy. They helped turn the NFL into a passing league cued by the historic 2007 season that saw Brady throw for an NFL record of 50 touchdowns.
After going 14-2 in 2010, the Patriots lost a bitter playoff game to their rival New York Jets, but instead of coming back with the same strategy, the Patriots changed the game once again by gearing the offense around the tight end position. The result? Second year player Rob Gronkowski caught an NFL record 17 touchdowns in 2011 while emerging as a mega-star in his own right.
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