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2013 Patriots Tickets are once again one of the hottest items in the NFL. As always the Patriots are among the top contenders to win it all this year. Ace Ticket is excited to offer our customers a wide selection of Patriots tickets for all games home and away. Ace Ticket is proud to be the... More
2013 Patriots Tickets are once again one of the hottest items in the NFL. As always the Patriots are among the top contenders to win it all this year. Ace Ticket is excited to offer our customers a wide selection of Patriots tickets for all games home and away. Ace Ticket is proud to be the Official Fan Travel Partner of the New England Patriots.
They Patriots have become one of the most successful teams in NFL history over the years. They are third in Super Bowl appearances with seven and first in appearances over the last twenty-five years. They have had nineteen playoff appearances, won fourteen Division Championships, and seven Conference Championships. The Pats have also won three Super Bowls in 2001, 2003 and 2004. During this time quarterback Tom Brady and head coach Bill Belichick compiled the longest winning streak of regular season and playoff games in NFL history with a 21-game streak from October 2003-October 2004.
The 2011 New England Patriots finished the regular season first in the AFC East with a record of 13-3. They made it to the Super Bowl for the seventh time in franchise history. This also marked the fifth Super Bowl trip for Bill Belichick and Tom Brady. The Pats ultimately lost Super Bowl XLVI, however, to the New York Giants in a close game finishing 21-17.
The New England Patriots had a disappointing season in 2012. The team finished on top of the AFC East last year, after a 12-4 run during the regular season. They made it to the AFC Championship against the Baltimore Ravens. The Patriots played poorly and lost at home 28-13. The Ravens would go on to win the Super Bowl XLVII. In the 2013 off-season, the Patriots lost some key members of their offense. Tight end Aaron Hernandez was released after being charged with first degree murder. The Patriots refused to resign wide receiver Wes Welker and Brandon Lloyd as well. To replace Welker, the Pats brought in former St. Louis Rams receiver, Danny Amendola. Their 2013 draft picks, wide receivers Aaron Dobson, Josh Boyce, and Kenbrell Thompkins are also expected to have a major role in the Pats offense. With a strong defense anchored by defensive tackle Vince Wilfork and linebacker Jerrod Mayo, the Patriots are expected to contend for another Super Bowl this year.