In all purpose yards, yes.
RB Mack Herron led the NFL in 1974 with 2444 all purpose yards (824 rushing, 474 pass receiving, 517 on kick returns, and 629 on punt returns).
The Patriots also had two players lead the American Football League in all purpose yards.
1) 1963 - RB Larry Garron - 1884 all purpose yards (750 rushing, 418 pass receiving, 23 on kick returns, and 593 on punt returns).
2) 1966 - RB Jim Nance - 1561 all purpose yards (1458 rushing and 103 pass receiving).
Through the 2012 season, Tom Brady is the Patriots all-time leader in passing yards, with 44,806.
The Patriots had 43 total touchdowns in the 2008 season.
The 1971 season was Jim Plunkett's rookie season with the Patriots.
This is their 50th season.
Former Director of Pro-Player Personell Scott Pioli left the New England Patriots at the end of the 2008 season to take the General Managers job for the Kansas City Chiefs.
The New England Patriots were established in 1959. They were originally called the Boston Patriots but were renamed the New England Patriots in 1971 after relocating from Boston to Foxborough.
The Patriots started the 2013 season with a 4-0 record. The Patriots started the 2012 season with a 2-2 record.
The "suprise" player for the 2007 New England Patriots had to be Wes Welker. He had a league leading 112 receptions (tied with Cincinatti's TJ Houshmandzadeh) yards and 8 touchdown receptions.
The 2009 season hasn't started yet, but in the 2008-09 season the Patriots were 11-5