When will the Patriots win Super Bowl XLIX?
Posted On July 5, 2021
The Patriots won Super Bowl XXIX last year.
The Patriots beat the Seahawks and the Falcons, but lost to the Broncos in overtime.
It’s been five years since they’ve been to the Super Bowl.
Now the Patriots are coming off a tough loss to the Steelers, and they’re also coming off their first loss to a Super Bowl champion.
Here’s what you need to know about the Patriots this year.1.
They haven’t won in the playoffs since 2003.
The Patriots haven’t made the playoffs in three years.
They won a division title in 2016 and the AFC title in 2017, but haven’t even made the postseason since 2013.
They have a playoff bye next year.2.
They’re 4-3 when Tom Brady has at least one interception.
Brady has three picks in each of the past four games, and he’s been sacked just once all season.
Brady’s completion percentage of 71.4 is his highest since 2014.3.
They are 6-0 when Tom Coughlin leads them.
The Pats are 9-2 when Coughler has at the least one touchdown, and have scored four touchdowns in each game this season.4.
They were the last undefeated team to win a Super-Bowl.
They went 11-0 in the Super-10 era.
The team also went 11 of 16 against the Falcons.5.
Tom Brady is 6-1 in games he started.
Brady is 0-6 in games that he did not start.
Brady was held to a passer rating of 107.4 against the Seahawks last year, and threw four interceptions.6.
They’ve had seven players with at least 100 rushing yards.
Brady led the Patriots with 3,902 yards rushing, but he also ran for 858 yards and eight touchdowns.7.
Brady leads the NFL with 22 touchdowns in the regular season.
He’s tied for second in the league with seven touchdowns in Super Bowl LI.8.
Tom Cushing is the only player in NFL history to have 1,000 career rushing yards in four consecutive games.
He did it twice, in the 2008 and 2010 seasons.9.
They lead the NFL in points per game (35.6).
They have 13.6 points per drive, tied for fourth most in the NFL.10.
They had a record of 8-5 against AFC West teams.
They lost to Cincinnati in Superbowl LI, and lost to Buffalo in Superbow XLII.