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Tom Brady and the Patriots have surged into the playoffs as one the hottest teams in the NFL and favorites to make Super Bowl LI. Brady, a leading MVP candidate, and New England will host the Houston Texans in the AFC Divisional Round on Sunday in Foxborough. Get your Patriots playoff tickets today so you don't miss a minute of the action live. Razorgator only offers the best prices and a 100% Guarantee for Patriots tickets at Gillette Stadium.
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With a dominating 36-17 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC championship game on Jan. 22, the New England Patriots became the most decorated conference champion in NFL history. The Patriots are headed to Super Bowl LI, making it the ninth time in franchise history that the Patriots will be playing on pro football’s biggest stage. New England is 4-4 in the Super Bowl, including 4-2 under head coach Bill Belichick and with quarterback Tom Brady at the helm. Brady can become the winningest starting quarterback in Super Bowl history, surpassing Joe Montana and Terry Bradshaw should the Patriots prevail over the Atlanta Falcons in the big game Feb. 5.
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The New England Patriots only lost two games this season, and they will be looking to add two more wins to their record. They beat the Texans in the Division Round game to advance to the Conference Championship round. Against the Texans, the Patriots maintained a solid lead throughout the game. They came out strong, outscoring the Texans 14-3 in the first quarter. Despite a strong second quarter by the Texans, the Patriots dominated the second half and secured the victory with a final score of 34-16. The Patriots will battle with the Steelers on January 22 for a spot in the Super Bowl. You still have time to catch the action in person. Tickets remain available, with prices starting at $221.

No team in the 2017 playoffs is as battled-tested as the New England Patriots. Coming off a first round bye, Tom Brady and Company will play host to a Houston Texans team that just pulled off a big win over the Oakland Raiders. While the Texans’ D looked good in that Wild Card game, there’s a huge disparity between the Oakland offense and that of the Pats. The weather may be fierce and the Texans will certainly pull out all the stops in an attempt to win this game, but Las Vegas sees New England as the overwhelming favorite to advance. The game will be played on January 14 and tickets are available starting at $151.

To no one’s surprise, the New England Patriots have the week off during the Wild Card Round of the NFL Playoffs. They’ll be on bye, waiting in the rafters to take on the victor of the Miami Dolphins and Pittsburgh Steelers game. Even with quarterback Tom Brady suspended for the first four weeks of the season, the Patriots had no problem cruising to the top of the AFC with a 14-2 record. They will host the Divisional Round at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts, on Saturday, January 14. Will it be a rematch against Miami or a clash with Big Ben and the Steelers? Find out next weekend! Tickets are $177 and up.

Like death and taxes, the New England Patriots making the NFL playoffs seems like a sure thing every year. Check off another postseason berth this year. The Patriots are 13-2 and have clinched the NFC East yet again. For the 14th time in the last 16 years, New England will make a run at the Super Bowl, a game it has won four times since 2001. New England rides a five-game winning streak into its season finale at Miami, the second-place team in the division. The Patriots won at home over Miami 31-24 earlier in the season. New England is coming off a 41-3 rout over division rival New York Jets.

The New England Patriots jumped out to a commanding lead in the team’s Monday Night Football game against the Baltimore Ravens, only to watch that lead slip away after a few special teams’ blunders in the second half. The Ravens were down by as much as 20 points but were able to cut the deficit to just three in the final quarter. Not surprisingly, Tom Brady came to the rescue with a 79-yard touchdown pass that proved to be the deciding score. The Pats are definitely headed to the playoffs and the team will look to seal up home field advantage when the New York Jets come to play on Christmas Eve. Tickets for that game start as low as $143.

It might not have been pretty, but the New England Patriots still found a way to win against the New York Jets on November 27. Tom Brady threw for 286 yards and two touchdowns and the Pats’ defense gave up just one score in the second half as New England held on for a 22-17 victory. The Patriots only need a few more wins to secure a playoff birth and the team still has a good shot at locking down a first-round bye. The next game at Foxborough will be on Monday Night Football on December 12 against the Baltimore Ravens, and tickets for that matchup start as low as $121.

Not many fault Tom Brady for throwing his first interception of the season in Sunday night’s contest, but it came at an unfortunate time for the New England Patriots. The No. 1 Patriots happened to be playing against the Seattle Seahawks, and quarterback Russell Wilson was in full force. Wilson made his presence known in a big way, and at the end of the night, a few mistakes like Brady’s interception meant the Patriots couldn’t overcome the strategic and well-executed play from the Hawks. Up next, New England will head to San Francisco for Sunday’s game against the 49ers at Levi’s Stadium. Tickets can be purchased now for $118 and up.

These days, it hardly feels like Tom Brady was ever suspended. The New England Patriots are on top of the AFC East with a 7 - 1 record, one of the best in the NFL this season. To every other team’s delight, the Patriots were on bye last week. They’ll be back and ready to dominate this week, however, when the Seattle Seahawks visit Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts. Tickets to the game on Sunday, November 13, are currently on sale and are available for prices starting as low as $184. That’s a steal to see one of the best teams in the NFL, so buy yours and don’t miss out!

The New England Patriots added another victory to their record when they beat the Bills 41-25. The win makes for their fourth in a row, and the fourth straight win since Tom Brady's return, and brings their record to 7-1. It is also the 26th time that Brady has beaten the Bills, matching a record by Brett Favre for beating a team. He completed 22 of 33 passes for a total of 315 yards and four touchdowns. After a slow start, the Patriots broke open the game by amassing 27 points during five consecutive possessions. The Patriots have a bye and then host the Seahawks on November 13. You can still get tickets for $103 and up.

There was a lot of speculation regarding how the New England Patriots would do without their superstar, Tom Brady, for the first four games of the season. However, the Patriots, have come out on top. Currently, the Patriots lead the AFC East division by a long shot. They have only lost one game this season and are looking as good as ever on the field. Last week, the Patriots took on the Pittsburgh Steelers and had no problem bringing home the 27-16 win. See if they can keep up the good work when you get your tickets to see them live against the Buffalo Bills. The Bills are the only team they have lost to this season, so this game is sure to be exciting.

It was a homecoming of sorts for Tom Brady as he and the rest of the New England Patriots fought through Week 6’s match against the Bengals Sunday night. Coming off his four-game suspension, Brady played his first game of the season at Gillette Stadium, and although the 35-17 final score may make it seem like the win came easily, that was not the case. New England had several penalties in the last quarter, which might have turned the tide of momentum. With Brady back at the helm, however, the Patriots stayed mentally tough and were able to hang on to the lead. Up next, they’ll play the Steelers on the road this Sunday, Oct. 23. Purchase your tickets today and you’ll pay just $126 and up.

After a devastating loss on the 2nd, the New England Patriots were back on the top when they defeated the Browns 33-13 on October 9. Tom Brady was back from his suspension and was on top. He passed for an impressive 402 yards and three touchdowns. Brady completed 28 of 40 passes. In the first half alone, Brady had 271 yards. LeGarrette had a 1-yard rushing touchdown as well. The Patriots did well during Brady's suspension, and now that he is back, they are sure to be even stronger. The Patriots host the Bengals on October 16, and you can still get your tickets to catch Brady's return home for prices starting at $82.

The moment has finally arrived. It’s Tom Brady’s first week back to work after serving a four-game suspension. His return couldn’t be coming at a better time, because the New England Patriots just played one of the most embarrassing games of their illustrious history. They hosted the Buffalo Bills last Sunday, but there was no home-field advantage to be seen. In fact, the Bills did what no one else has ever done: shutout at the Patriots at Gillette Stadium. Playing with their third-string quarterback, New England was simply no match for quarterback Tyrod Taylor and the Buffalo defense. Find out if Brady can resuscitate his team on October 16, when the Patriots host the Bengals. Tickets are $82.

The New England Patriots kept the Texans from scoring to get their third win, with a final score of 27-0. Quarterback Jacoby Brissett had his first NFL start and did very well. The rookie was called upon due to Tom Brady's suspension and Jimmy Garapollo's injury. In the first quarter, he showed his merit as he rushed for a touchdown at the first and 15 on the 27-yard line, almost heading out of bounds but making it to the end zone. He also completed 11 of 19 passes for 103 yards and had a total of 48 yards rushing. The Patriots host the Bills on October 22, and you can still get your tickets for $120 and up.

While the New England Patriots got the win over the Miami Dolphins and improved to 2-0 on the season, the mood around Foxborough isn’t necessarily joyous. Jimmy Garoppolo, playing admirably in Tom Brady’s absence, sustained a shoulder injury in the game against the Dolphins and had to be replaced by rookie QB Jacoby Brissett. Brissett played with poise after coming into the game, but the Patriots had already staked the young man a big lead and all he had to do was hang on and not lose the game. The Patriots final game before the return of Tom Brady will be on October 2 against Buffalo. It’s unclear who will be starting at QB, but ticket prices are starting at $169.

If you were betting on the New England Patriots to lose the first four games with Tom Brady suspended, you’ve already lost your money. The Pats went into a hostile environment to face a very good Arizona Cardinals team, and with the help of a missed field goal in the final minute, New England was able to sneak out a huge week-one victory. Backup QB Jimmy Garoppolo played very well in the season opener, throwing for over 200 yards, one touchdown and no interceptions, and now the Patriots have three-straight home games. On September 22 the team hosts the Houston Texans on Thursday Night Football, and tickets for that game start as low as $87. As the 2016 season gets underway, most of the talk in the Northeast is about how the New England Patriots will fair without Tom Brady under center for the team’s first few games. It feels a bit like déjà vu, as this dynastic franchise has had to deal with the loss of its future Hall of Fame quarterback multiple times. Jimmy Garoppolo might not be able to fill Brady’s shoes, but it’s almost certain that the rest of the players will shore up and manage to win games during their leader’s absence. The Pats will have an exciting divisional showdown early on when they play host to the Miami Dolphins on September 18. Tickets for that game start as low as $142.

The New England Patriots took on the Carolina Panthers on August 26 for one of their preseason games. Tom Brady was playing in regular season form, throwing a 33-yard floater to Chris Hogan and later a 37-yard pass to goes to Aaron Dobson leading the team to a 19-17 win over the Panthers. However, the Patriots shouldn’t get used to Brady’s assistance in bringing home wins because he still has to serve his four-game suspension at the beginning of the season. Brady won’t be hitting the field again until October 9. Get your tickets to catch all of the tackles, blocks and touchdowns right before your eyes. Their next home game is scheduled for September 18 against the Miami Dolphins.

It’s not often that you see two NFL teams working together on the football field, but if you watch carefully this week, you may just catch a glimpse. The New England Patriots and the Chicago Bears are currently in training camp and going through joint practices, each striving to get to the top of their game before the regular season starts. Although the training has been mostly friendly, at moments team rivalry has taken over and gotten two Patriots ejected from practice for starting fights. The week ends with a preseason game between the two teams, and after all that’s happened, this is one you won’t want to miss! Catch the Patriots versus the Bears this Thursday, Aug. 18, at Gillette Stadium.

It’s been an extremely hot and humid week for the New England Patriots, but the team came away with a win despite the extreme weather. Although Tom Brady didn’t play in the team’s 34-22 preseason victory over the New Orleans Saints, he commented that the exposure to the elements would help get the team ready to play anywhere and under any circumstances. He also gave props to backup QB Jimmy Garopollo, who will be taking over while Brady sits out the first four games of the regular season. Bill Belichik and the rest of the Patriots continue their preseason with a home game at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Maryland, against the Chicago Bears this Thursday, Aug. 18. Get tickets today for $36!

It may only be June, but that doesn’t mean it is too early to get excited about the 2016-2017 NFL season! The schedule for pre-season and regular season has just been released, and this year is sure to be action-packed. The New England Patriots will kick off their season on Thursday, August 11, when they host the New Orleans Saints at Gilette Stadium. Fans will definitely want to be in attendance to get a glimpse at the quarterback who will be starting in Tom Brady’s place, as the iconic QB will be serving a four-game suspension. Tickets to the opening pre-season game start as low as $52. Don’t miss it!

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