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2015 Patriots Tickets – Answering the Bell

updated July 20, 2015by July 20, 2015

  Find 2015 New England Patriots Tickets   2015 New England Patriots tickets are in a good spot. After winning it all last season, New England seemed to be on a post-Super Bowl losing streak. The roster took some big hits and the Patriots are down a handful of starters, including two excellent cornerbacks in […]

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2014 Patriots Schedule Game by Game – How I See It

updated August 10, 2014by August 10, 2014

    The New England Patriots 2014 schedule is hardly a killer. There are some games though, that could prove to be challenging. The good news is that Tom Brady may actually have a healthy array of weapons at his disposal and the Patriots defense could arguably be their best since their last Super Bowl […]

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NFL Tickets – 2014 New England Patriots Tickets – Baffling Bill

updated July 4, 2014by June 20, 2014

  See 2014 New England Patriots Schedule and Tickets     2014 New England Patriots tickets are promising yet another shot at a Super Bowl for Tom Brady and Bill Bellichick and time is growing short on the delivery. Everyone knows this. Tom Brady is 37, still a very good 37, but 37 nonetheless, a […]

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Patriots Tickets – Sickeningly Good

updated October 17, 2011by October 17, 2011

At some point in his career Tom Brady has made just about every NFL fan sick to their stomach. Patriots tickets holders may be excluded from that but the rest of us NFL fans have felt that hollow feeling in our stomachs when Brady gets the ball late in the game and has a chance […]

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Patriots Tickets on a Roll

updated April 19, 2014by September 18, 2011

┬áPatriots tickets just keep rolling along. In an age where we’ve gotten used to the ups and downs of NFL teams the New England Patriots just keep coming. This is an era where making the right moves can push an NFL team from the bottom of the division all the way to the playoffs with […]

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