Patriots tickets have been among the most consistent performers in the NFL. The New England Patriots are a franchise used as a model by any NFL franchise seeking success. But by their standards the New England Patriots haven’t been very successful in the past five years, meaning they haven’t added any Super Bowl rings to their collection.
Now, with Tom Brady getting a little long in the tooth, it may be that the New England Patriots are seeing the window of opportunity closing and they’re a little more willing to take some chances. Yes, Randy Moss was a gamble that paid off big time, but the Patriots are more into building from within than playing the free agent market. Super Bill like to pick his talent in the draft, do some grooming and unleash a surprise on the NFL. He doesn’t buy talent.
But the 2011 NFL season has been different enough and Super Bill may be trying to take advantage of a once in a lifetime chance here. Patriots ticket holders, and the New England Patriots themselves, are spoiled when it comes to winning. Bring in Albert Haynesworth and Chad Ochocinco don’t fit the mold of the quiet hard working New England Patriots. But if they zip their lips and play the team game, they could help put the New England Patriots back in the Super Bowl.