Yes. The team was known as the Boston Patriots from 1960 to 1970. After that they were the Bay State Patriots, and then the New England Patriots.
I assume by Patriots you mean the New England Patriots of the National Football league. In 1959, the team was introduced as the Boston Patriots but in 1971 the team was relocated to Foxborough, Massachusetts where they were renamed as the New England Patriots. This is the same name that the team uses today.
beacuase they were born in England all together
The New England Patriots
No, loyalists are loyal to king, patriots want war.
No. Patriots were American colonists fighting the British.
Yes the new england patriots and the boston redsox both won championships in 2004.
Well for one, you go to NFL roster click Troy Polamalu from Steelers, go to trade and do the same for New England Patriots SS. Then accept trade.
2003- 2004 New England Patriots and 2004 Boston Red Sox
Foxborough, Massachusetts. Same location as the NFL team, New England Patriots.
No, he isn't, they aren't even spelled the same way.