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.
No, the Patriots have more Super Bowl wins than the Giants
both were colinist
The Patriots. The Raiders have failed to post a record better than 5-11 since 2002 while the Patriots have not finished below 10-6 in that same span.
No, Bob Kraft is not involved with Kraft Macaroni and Cheese.
No. The Colts and Patriots are in the same conference - the AFC - and thus cannot play each other in Superbowls, which are interconference (NFC vs. AFC). The Colts moved to the AFC in 1970 with the merger of the NFL (where the Colts had been) and the American Football League (the Patriots' league at the time).
The colonists should have the same rights as Englishmen in other-words they want to be free like everyone back in England
The New England Patriots. The Patriots lost their first Super Bowl to the Chicago Bears in Super Bowl XX by the score of 46-10 in New Orleans, Louisiana at the Superdome. The New England Patriots also won their first Super Bowl in New Orleans, Louisiana at the Superdome, in Super Bowl XXXVI. The New England Patriots defeated the St. Louis Rams by the score 20-17. Tom Brady won the MVP in that Super Bowl.
New England didn't "deserve" to win anything, they EARNED it. Basis of football. The team that scores more wins. If the Patriots scored more and lost, they deserved to win. If they scored more and won, they deserved that too. Belicheck style .... Perfect above. The Patriots deserved to win SBs XXXVI, XXXVIII, and XXXIX the same as they deserved to lose SBx XX and XXXI.
The Patriots did not qualify for the 1008 playoffs despite finishing with a record of 11-5. They tied the Miami Dolphins with the same record, but lost the tie breakers. The Dolphins got in the playoffs and the Patriots were left outside in the cold.
Boston almost did it in 2007 but the patriots lost to the giants to ruin their perfect season
they both live in the same colonies but, the loyalist remained loyal to their king and the patriots wanted everything to go their way so the betrayed their king.
The three other teams in the AFC East are the Miami Dolphins, the New England Patriots and the New York Jets.
No. This is impossible in any event, as both teams are in the same conference - American Football Conference - and the Patriots did not make the playoffs in the first four years of the Superbowl, when the Colts were in the NFL and the Patriots in the AFL.