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2014 New England Patriots Ticket preview

What can be said about the New England Patriots that hasn’t been said about them before?

From the Gillette Stadium seats, Patriots fans have seen one of the NFL’s premier teams dominate the opposition for the better part of 15 years. For a team that’s had to deal with injuries, an aging roster, and often times a lack of big-name players on both sides of the ball, the Patriots’ run of success is nothing short of amazing.

 

Going into the 2014 season, fans will buy New England Patriots tickets in droves as they have since the team won its first Super Bowl in 2001. The main reason for the high level of ticket sales—New England ranked 11th in the NFL in attendance percentage in 2013—is, of course, QB Tom Brady, whose continual ability to improve his game in concert with help from head coach Bill Belichick is unmatched.

 

Alongside Brady and Belichick this season will be Julian Edelman, Stevan Ridley, and Aqib Talib, who are all returning from the team that won the AFC East title for the fifth consecutive year. It’s not unrealistic to expect the Patriots to defend their crown for the sixth year in a row, which is yet another reason why Patriots tickets remain in high demand across New England.

 

Even at an initial price of $382 per seat, fans snapped up Patriots tickets without regard for their exorbitant cost in 2013. Compared to the rest of the NFL, New England ranked second (behind the Chicago Bears) in initial average ticket price, which is a long way of saying that team owner Robert Kraft continues to enjoying a significant amount of revenue from Patriot ticket sales (and will likely continue to do so this season).

 

Brady will be faced with the task of guiding yet another offense comprised of no-name players through the AFC East this year, but he’ll get some help in the form of returning offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, who was a key part of Brady’s early-career success.

 

On the defensive side of the ball, the arrival of free-agent CB Darrell Revis will help shore up a porous secondary. Revis spent much of his career tormenting Brady as a member of the division-rival New York Jets, but now that he’s a member of the Patriots, Brady won’t mind seeing him on the field.

New England Patriots tickets remain the hottest in the NFL as this perennial championship contender seeks to erase the bitter taste left by last season’s playoff loss to eventual Super Bowl-championBaltimore. Quarterback Tom Brady and coach Belichick are back and primed to show the league that the Patriots’ dynasty era is not over. Brady lost one of his favorite targets when Wes Welker signed withDenver, but the shrewdNew Englandfront office replaced him with a younger version, Danny Amendola. Tight ends Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez continue to be a mismatch nightmare for every opponent, though Gronk might not be ready for Week 1 due to surgery. Emerging running back Stevan Ridley is a force inside and outside the tackles, givingNew Englandthe most balanced attack in the NFL. Buy Pats tickets online now and see the incomparable Brady, who says he’s "never had more confidence” in how he’s throwing the football.

The New England Patriots schedule is the most tantalizing in all of football, as the Pats will host numerous big-time matchups at Gillette Stadium inFoxborough,Mass.Not only will the Patriots hostAFCEast rivalsMiami, the New York Jets andBuffalo, but they’ll also entertainTampaBay,Cleveland,New Orleanswith Drew Brees,Denverwith Peyton Manning, andPittsburghwith Ben Roethlisberger. Brady will have plenty of chances to show he’s still the best quarterback in the NFL.

Buy Patriots tickets now and join a tradition that includes three Super Bowl championships, seven conference titles, 15 division titles and 19 playoff berths. The Pats haven’t won it all since 2004, but they’ve been knocking on the door ever since. The Patriots will not be an underdog all season.

The Patriots had another smart draft, as they selected outside linebacker Jamie Collins and wideout Aaron Dobson in the second round. Buy Pats tickets online and watch them blossom into solid contributors in the near future. The Patriots usually don’t spend big in free agency, but they don’t need to because they’re so good at talent evaluation. Get your New England Patriots tickets now!

New England Patriots ticket info - Pats football!

He's back. New England Patriots tickets will treat NFL fans to a live look at the return of Tom Brady. The future Hall of Famer injured his knee early last season and had missed the rest of the year. It was a devastating blow to N.E. fans with Pats tickets and one that would keep them out of the playoffs for the first time in a long time. But those days are behind us. The 2009 New England Patriots tickets are poised to deliver big things this season. A return to the playoffs seems almost guaranteed with Brady back to orchestrate Bill Belichick's potent offensive scheme. Wide receivers Randy Moss and Wes Welker also are back


2008 New England Patriots Tickets


Take your NFL season to the next level by investing in 2008 New England Patriots tickets. After last year's remarkable season, Patriots tickets promise to deliver another run at a Super Bowl title. Tom Brady and Randy Moss are coming off record-breaking seasons and are promising to put on an encore that you won't want to miss.
In leading the Patriots to 19-straight wins to begin the 2007 NFL season, Brady broke the NFL single-season record for touchdown passes. Many of those touchdown tosses went ti Moss, helping the dynamic playmaker eclipse the NFL record for most TD receptions in a season. 2007 New England Patriots tickets certainly provided everything a football fan could ever want ... except for a Super Bowl championship.
After putting together the first perfect season since the 1972 Miami Dolphins and marching through the AFC playoffs, the Patriots were stunned by Eli Manning and the New York Giants in the Super Bowl.
Head coach Bill Belichick will be looking to avenge that disappointing loss with another run through the AFC this season. You'll want to be on board for this ride.
Buy New England Patriots tickets today from ABCTickets.com for what promises to be another historic NFL season for Tom Brady and the Patriots.

2008 New England Patriots tickets: Gillette Stadium seats
New England Patriots tickets equal Gillette Stadium seats, and that's an investment you can't afford not to make.
Opening for the 2002 season, Gillette Stadium is one of the prototypes of the modern NFL stadium. Gillette Stadium can squeeze in close to 70,000 screaming New England Patriots ticket holders, producing an electric atmosphere that can be poisonous to opposing teams.
Indeed, a trip to chilly Foxboro for a playoff date with the Patriots has become a daunting task for the rest of the AFC and will continue to be in the 2008 NFL season.
Gillette Stadium will play host to some of the biggest games of the year, including a Monday night affair with the Denver Broncos and late November battle with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Check the 2008 New England Patriots schedule right here at ABCTickets.com and pick out the New England Patriots tickets that best fit your needs.

Top 10 Reasons to Buy New England Patriots Tickets

10. Gillette Stadium Tickets: The Patriots have called beautiful Gillette Stadium home since 2002. Seating close to 70,000 screaming Patriots fans, Gillette Stadium has become one of the top home-field advantages in the NFL.

9. Junior Seau: This will likely be Seau's last season, and what a career it has been. Buy New England Patriots tickets and head out to Gillette Stadium to wish one of the top linebackers ever a fond farewell.

8. Laurence Maroney: While a lot of attention has been placed on the Patriots' newcomers, Maroney could be the most dangerous weapon in Tom Brady's arsenal.

7. Clam Chowder: After selecting your New England Patriots tickets, make sure to stop in at one of the fantastic restaurants in Boston for a bowl of steaming hot clam chowder.

6. Red Sox Tickets: New England Patriots tickets and Boston Red Sox tickets are the ultimate combination for sports fans planning a trip to Beantown. With the Red Sox poised for a run to the World Series, major league baseball will be playing a Fenway Park deep into the fall. Check out the 2007 New England Patriots schedule and see if the Red Sox will be in town on the same weekend.

5. Randy Moss: Moss's arrival at Gillette Stadium has created quite the buzz around New England Patriots tickets.

4. Bill Belichick: Sporting his trademark sleeveless hooded sweatshirt, Belichick is not the most stylish coach in the league. But he's certainly one of the smartest.

3: Tom Brady: The best quarterback in the NFL has won three Super Bowls without having the benefit of a standout crop of receivers. Well, now he does, and NFL defenses across the league are on red alert.

2. New England Patriots Schedule: New England Patriots tickets will be the some of the most highly sought after NFL football tickets in 2007. That's because the premier franchises in the NFL will visit Gillette Stadium, including the San Diego Chargers (Sept. 16), Philadelphia Eagles (Nov. 25) and Pittsburgh Steelers (Dec. 9). Don't forge about New England Patriots tickets for the Monday night showdown in Cincinnati on Oct. 1 or the November 4th battle with the defending Super Bowl Champion Indianapolis Colts either.

1. Super Bowl XLII Tickets: With a dramatic and impressive offseason filled with big-time acquisitions, Patriots fans might want to start setting their sights on Super Bowl XLII tickets. Super Bowl XLII will be played Feb. 3, 2008, at beautiful Cardinals Stadium in Glendale, Ariz.

The Patriot Reign is far from over. As long as Bill Belichick is roaming the sidelines, and Tom Brady firing touchdown passes at Gillette Stadium, New England Patriots tickets will remain one of the hottest tickets in the NFL. So grab your best football buddy, pick up some Patriots tickets from ABCTickets.com and make plans to be in Boston this fall to see the Patriot Reign reclaim its rightful place on top of the NFL.

The best coach in football, Belichick was left scratching his head after Denver ousted the Patriots from the NFL playoffs last season. You can be sure that he’ll do everything in his power to prevent that from happening again. Despite losing his top two coordinators, Belichick led the Patriots to their fourth consecutive AFC East title last season. He continues to be one step ahead of the competition, even though the 2005 season was considered a “down” year in Patriot Land. Injuries were a definite factor in Patriots’ slide. But Belichick has instilled a no-excuses attitude into his team. He’s determined to punch the Patriots’ ticket back to the Super Bowl this year. And he’s got the quarterback to do it.

A three-time Super Bowl winner, Brady still doesn’t get the kind of respect he deserves. Rarely does the former Michigan Wolverine backup top a list of the NFL’s top quarterbacks. Yet, time after time Brady has put up Pro Bowl numbers and, more importantly, led his team to victory. How many more come-from-behind victories does Brady have to lead before he is unanimously known as the best quarterback in the NFL? Like his head coach, Brady continues to play like he knows what the defense is going to do.

The Patriots have the best head coach and the best quarterback in all of football. That means New England Patriots tickets are an absolute steal these days. So don’t put off reserving your seats at beautiful Gillette Stadium. Stay one step ahead of the competition, just like Brady and Belichick. Let ABCTickets.com take care of all your New England Patriots needs. The Patriot Reign is out to rule the NFL again.

 

 

 

Tom Brady is back to lead the Patriots on another long playoff run. ABCTickets.com will be here with all your New England Patriots playoff tickets. It starts with a Wild Card showdown with the New York Jets, who are coached by former Patriot assistant Eric Mangini. If you want to be in the stands at Gillette Stadium, then make sure to order your New England Patriots playoff tickets today.
 
How the New England Patriots earned their NFL Playoff tickets

 
The Patriots quietly won their fourth consecutive AFC East division crown and finished the season at 12-4. But somehow the winners of three of the last six Super Bowls have slid under the radar. The lack of respect for the Patriots likely revolves around their unspectacular offense, which at times has struggled to move the ball.
But the Patriots found other ways to win games. New England's defense has been stingy throughout, and quarterback Tom Brady continues to prove that he is the best at his position in the NFL.
The Patriots enter the playoffs having won six of their last seven.
 
 
What the Patriots have to do to earn their Super Bowl XLI tickets
 
As long as Tom Brady is lining up under center and Bill Belichick is calling the shots, the New England Patriots have to be considered a bonified Super Bowl contender. With that said, the Patriots simply don't have a lot of room for error. They lack a playmaker threat at wide receiver and their running game has been nonexistent at times. Yet, here they are at 12-4, champions of the improved AFC East, ready to show the world that they're still a threat to win it all.
In order to do so, someone is going to have to step up to help Brady out. That person may be rookie running back Laurence Maroney. Despite battling a nagging rib injury, Maroney still rushed for 745 yards and scored six touchdowns. He's an explosive runner with breakaway speed and is the perfect compliment to the bruising veteran Corey Dillon.

AFC Championship Game Tickets
      You hear it every year: Tom Brady engineers another fourth quarter comeback in the playoffs to punch the New England Patriots' ticket to the AFC Championship.  The New England Patriots defense shuts down the vaunted Colts offense in the post-season.  Bill Belichick hoists another Lombardi Trophy.  Can they do it again this year?
      Tom Brady has already engineered his fourth quarter comeback against the Chargers.  Now the Patriots travel to Indianapolis to take on the Colts.  This year, an AFC Championship ticket just may be your ticket to one of the greatest games played all year.  The Colts-Patriots rivalry in the post-season is one of the best storylines in football.  Fans debate endlessly: Who is better, Brady or Manning?  So far, only Brady has one the Super Bowl.  Three times, at that.
      And now they are going for a fourth.  But don't punch the New England Patriots' ticket to the Super Bowl just yet.  They travel to Indy to take on a hungry Colts team, with a defense that has been playing inspired post-season football.  And you know that Peyton Manning has something to prove against the team that has repeatedly knocked him out of the playoffs.  But Pats fans take comfort in the fact that Manning has struggled so far in the playoffs, and has had to rely on his teammates to bail him out in the playoffs thus far.  But that won't good enough for the Colts: you can't beat the Patriots unless every single one of your stars shows up.  There's no margin for error against New England in the playoffs -- just ask the Chargers, who were the last victim of Brady and Belichick.  The Patriots are truly one of the greatest teams of the decade, and this year they want yet another Super Bowl ring to ensure their place in football history as one of the greatest teams of all time.  Don't miss a second of their historic run to the Super Bowl with New England Patriots AFC Championship tickets

THIS PAST WEEK'S NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS TICKETS
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (10-4) TICKETS AT JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS (8-6)
1 p.m. Sunday
Alltel Stadium

Tom Brady and company rebounded quite nicely from the shutout in Miami, pasting a 40-7 licking on the foundering Texans. It's just about this time that New England generally gets on a roll heading into the playoffs. But don't be fooled. This isn't the powerhouse team that went to the Super Bowl. The Patriots will have their work cut out for them against a Jacksonville defense that's been playing very well. Despite their loss to the Titans, Jacksonville is a team on the upswing and very capable of beating the Patriots. In fact, we're going out on a limb and saying they will. Beat New England that is.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Jacksonville Jaguars 28, New England Patriots 20 17
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 116-67)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Tom Brady will have a decent game.

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PAST WEEK'S NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (9-4) TICKETS
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (9-4) VS. HOUSTON TEXANS (4-9) TICKETS
1:00 p.m., Sunday
Gillette Stadium

That's right: the New England Patriots were shutout last week. By the Dolphins. It's true. Don't expect the same this week. The Houston Texans come to Massachusetts to try and play spoiler, but you can bet they will not have the same results as Miami. Tom Brady and the New England offense will be out for blood against an undersized and outmatched Texan team. Last week was just an off-week for the three-time Super Bowl winning quarterback. He'll bounce back strong against a suspect Houston defense.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New England Patriots 24, Houston Texans 14
(Last Week: 9-7/Season: 116-67)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: With RB Laurence Maroney still gimpy, look for RB Corey Dillon to have a big game.

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PAST WEEK'S NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS TICKETS
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS TICKETS (9-3) AT MIAMI DOLPHINS
1 p.m., Sunday
Dolphins Stadium

This is the time of year when the Patriots start rolling. They may have a different roster but the Patriots train just keeps chugging. Their rivalry with Miami has taken a beating the last few years but the Dolphins have to win in order to keep their slim playoff hopes alive. Joey Harrington is coming along slowly but surely and the Dolphins have to home field advantage. The Patriots will be favored pretty heavily but Nick Saban has a defense that just won’t quit. br>
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New England Patriots 24, Miami Dolphins 17
(Last Week: 10-6/Season 107-60)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Patriots QB Tom Brady(Last week: Tom Brady – 27 of 38, 305 yards, 0 TD)
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PAST WEEK'S NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS TICKETS
DETROIT LIONS (2-9) TICKETS AT NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (8-3)
1 p.m., Sunday
Gillette Field

The Patriots are once again on the prowl. New England made a definitive statement last Sunday, eclipsing the Bears 17-13 in New England. All the talk about the Patriots having seen their better days will have to wait at least another year. Tom Brady is getting it done with a stripped down receiver corps and the Patriots running game is making the dynamic duo of Dillon and Maroney work very efficiently. The Patriots will hand the Lions their heads unless a meteor descends on the Patriots practice field. br>
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New England Patriots 35, Detroit Lions 21
(Last Week: 10-6/Season 107-60)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Patriots QB Tom Brady(Last week: Tom Brady – 22 of 33, 269 yards, 1 TD)
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CHICAGO BEARS (9-1) AT NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (7-3) TICKETS
4:15 p.m., Sunday
Gillette Stadium

Just when everyone was set to write off the Patriots, here they come again. Tom Brady and company rebounded from their first two-game losing streak in a long time in impressive fashion. With Brady leading the way, the Patriots carved up the Packer defense en route to a 35-0 shellacking of the Green Bay Packers. But now they must contend with the stingy and hard-hitting defense of the Chicago Bears. Chicago is coming off of a shutout of its own. The Bears shutdown the New York Jets to improve to 9-1 last week. Will Brian Urlacher and the Bears be able to do the same to Tom Brady and the Patriots? Not this time.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New England 20, Chicago 14
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 91-54)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: New England quarterback Tom Brady (Last week: Brady - 20 of 31, 244 yards, 4 TDs)

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NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (6-3) TICKETS AT GREEN BAY PACKERS (4-5) (
1 p.m., Sunday
Lambeau Field

The New England Patriots are in unfamiliar territory. They’re now on a two game losing streak. What’s worse, the second loss came against their division rivals the New York Jets. And the Packers are hot, after winning three of their last four games. It all adds up to a great time at Lambeau, with two desperate teams battling it out to preserve their seasons. Brett Favre has come alive and presents real problems for a struggling New England secondary. But let’s remember, this IS the New England Patriots. Brian Belichick is going to be in a really bad mood and won’t let his team stumble again and Tom Brady is, well, Tom Brady. We’re taking the Patriots in a cruise.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New England Patriots 28, Green Bay Packers 17
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 91-54)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: New England quarterback Tom Brady (Last week: Brady – 25-37, 255 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT)

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NEW YORK JETS (4-4) AT NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (6-2) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Gillette Stadium

The Patriots have to be disappointed after last week’s heart-breaking loss to the Colts. Tom Brady threw four interceptions and no touchdowns in the loss. You can bet Brady will be looking for redemption against the Jets. But New York, under former Patriot assistant Eric Mangini, has been surprising this season. Will it continue in the hostile environment at Gillette Stadium? Absolutely

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New York Jets 23, New England 21
(Last Week: 9-4/Season 82-47)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: New England quarterback Tom Brady (Last week: Brady – 20-35, 201 yards, 0 TDs, 4 INTs)

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NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (5-2) AT MINNESOTA VIKINGS (4-2) TICKETS
8:30 p.m., Monday
Metrodome

The Patriots have raced out to a 5-1 start and are looking like Super Bowl contenders once again. Tom Brady, somehow, is finding ways to move the football, despite not having one reliable receiver. That's just how good Brady is. But the Vikings are no slouches, either. First-year head coach Brad Childress has instilled a new attitude into the Vikings, and it showed in last week's upset of the Seahawks in Seattle. Can the Vikings knock another NFL heavyweight this week? Nope.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New England 20, Minnesota 14
(Last Week: 5-8/Season 65-39)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: New England quarterback Tom Brady (Last Week: Brady - 18 for 27, 195 yards, 2 touchdowns, 0 interceptions.)

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THIS PAST WEEK'S NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS TICKETS
INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (7-0) AT NEW ENGLAND (6-1) TICKETS
8:15 p.m., Sunday
Gillete Field

Except for their head coach’s attire, Tom Brady and the Patriots look awfully impressive in trouncing the Minnesota Vikings on Monday Night Football. Bill Belichick may have much fashion sense, but he sure can coach. And he’s had the Colts’ number over the last few seasons. Look for that continue on Sunday night.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New England Patriots 38, Indianapolis Colts 31
(Last Week: 8-5/Season 73-43)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: New England quarterback Tom Brady (Last week — Brady – 29 of 43, 372 yards, 4 TDs, 1 INT)

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THIS WEEK'S NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS TICKETS
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (4-1) AT BUFFALO BILLS (2-4) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Ralph Wilson Stadium

The Patriots should be well rested at least. The danger here is that the Pats will be looking past the Bills. Big Bill isn't likely to let that happen. Tom Brady should feast on the Bills secondary while New England's defense will make mincemeat out of Buffalo's offense. It's another opportunity for Brady to pad his Hall of Fame stats.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New England Patriots 35, Buffalo Bills 17
(Last Week: 8-5/Season 60-31)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Willis McGahee (Last Week: New England enjoyed the bye)

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DENVER BRONCOS AT NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS TICKETS
8:15 p.m., Sunday
Gillette Stadium

New England will be ready for the Broncos. But the Patriots ticket to winning is falling more and more on the shoulders of Tom Brady and the running attack of Corey Dillon and newcomer Laurence Maroney. The Broncos did a good job of shutting down Larry Johnson of the Chiefs in Week 2 so that puts the onus on Brady to deliver. With both the Broncos and the Patriots itching to get back to a Super Bowl this is going to be a war.

ABCTickets.com NFL football prediction: Brady excels but can’t do it all by himself. Denver Broncos 28, New England Patriots 24
(Last Week: 13-3/Season 33-9)
Fantasy football ticket to victory: Patriot’s Tom Brady (Last Week: Tom Brady - 15-29, 220 yards, 1 TD)

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