Patriots Trademark “Blitz For Six” Phrase for Next Season
Sunday, February 12, 2017
According to ESPN"s Darren Rovell, the Patriots have filed to trademark the phrase "Blitz For Six" in anticipation of going for their sixth Super Bowl Championship in 2017-18,
Rovell reports that the Patriots filed for the trademark on February 7, just two days after beating the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl 51.
The Patriots also filed a trademark for "No Days Off," the chant head coach Bill Belichick started during the Patriots Super Bowl parade.
Other Patriots Trademarks
The week prior to Super Bowl 51, the Patriots filed to trademark the phrase "Ignore the Noise."
In previous years, they have received trademarks for the phrases "Do Your Job," and "We are all Patriots."
JUST IN: New England Patriots file for trademark to "No Days Off" & "Blitz For Six" https://t.co/HAJPA1UTlN— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) February 12, 2017
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