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Super Bowl Trophy to be on Display at Patriots Hall of Fame

Friday, February 08, 2019

 

The New England Patriots Super Bowl trophy will be on display at the Patriots Hall of Fame this weekend for fans to take pictures with.

The Patriots beat the LA Rams 13-3 last Sunday to win their sixth Super Bowl in franchise history.

The Super Bowl LIII trophy will be on display for photos during the following dates and times:

  • Friday, Feb. 8: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
  • Saturday, Feb. 9: 10 a.m. – 8:30 p.m.
  • Sunday, Feb. 10: 10 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.

 

Admission to The Hall is required to gain access to this photo opportunity and is subject to ticket availability.

Guests must bring their own cameras to have their photo taken next to the Lombardi Trophy. A member of The Hall’s staff will be available to take photos.

Patriots Win Super Bowl

New England beat the Rams 13-3 last Sunday in Atlanta.

It marks their third Super Bowl title in the last five years. 

As GoLocalProv wrote on Sunday night, "The victory defines New England as the greatest franchise in NFL history as the Patriots have won all of its Super Bowls in the free agent era.

The Patriots tie the Pittsburgh Steelers with six Super Bowls — four of the Steelers championships were in the 1970s and 1980s.

In the past 18 years, the Patriots have played in nine Super Bowls — winning 6 and losing 3 — by just 15 points."

 

Related Slideshow: Seven Amazing Tom Brady Statistics - January 21, 2019

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Tom Brady’s Record 9th Super Bowl

XXXVI: Patriots 20, Rams 17

XXXVIII: Patriots 32, Panthers 29

XXXIX: Patriots 24, Eagles 21

XLII: Giants 17, Patriots 14

XLVI: Giants 21, Patriots 17

XLIX: Patriots 28, Seahawks 24

LI: Patriots 34, Falcons 28 (OT)

LII: Eagles 41, Patriots 33 

LIII: Patriots vs. Rams (Feb. 3, 2019)

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Tom Brady’s Big Awards

14 Pro Bowls

Five All-Pro selections

Three MVP awards

Two Offensive Player of the Year awards

Comeback Player of the Year

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Tom Brady’s Last 16 Playoff Games Are Nearly an MVP Season

W-L                    12-4

Pass Yards         5,284

TD-Int                 32-14

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Brady in the Clutch

Game-winning drives: The Patriots haven’t always needed Brady to rescue them, but he’s always up to the task when the time calls for Touchdown Tom. He needs just two more to tie Manning’s 56 and three more to pass him. Brady averages about two or three a year, so he could realistically top Manning in 2018.

Source: SB Nation

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NFL Records Owned by Brady

Regular season wins by a starting quarterback (207)
Most passing yards, regular season and playoffs (81,431)
Most passing touchdowns, postseason included: 590
Most touchdowns thrown to different receivers (71)
Division titles (16)
Playoff games started (39)
Playoff wins (29)
Playoff touchdown passes (73)
Playoff passing yards (10,917)
Super Bowl appearances (9)
Super Bowl wins (5)
Super Bowl MVPs (4)
Super Bowl touchdown passes (18)
Super Bowl passing yards (2,576)

Source: SB Nation

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The NFL’s Highest-Paid Players 2018 — Forbes

Tom Brady is the 8th highest compensated player currently in the NFL -- for both salary and endorsements.

1. Aaron Rodgers

Total Earnings: $75.9 million

Salary/bonuses: $66.9 million

Endorsements: $9 million

 

2. Matt Ryan

Total Earnings: $57.5 million

Salary/bonuses: $52.5 million

Endorsements: $5 million

 

3. Jimmy Garoppolo

Total Earnings: $43.1 million

Salary/bonuses: $42.6 million

Endorsements: $500,000

 

4. Khalil Mack

Total Earnings: $41.8 million

Salary/bonuses: $41 million

Endorsements: $750,000

 

5. Aaron Donald

Total Earnings: $41.1 million

Salary/bonuses: $40.9 million

Endorsements: $250,000

 

6. Alex Smith

Total Earnings: $41 million

Salary/bonuses: $40 million

Endorsements: $1 million

 

7. Drew Brees

Total Earnings: $40 million

Salary/bonuses: $27 million

Endorsements: $13 million

 

8. Tom Brady

Total Earnings: $29 million

Salary/bonuses: $15 million

Endorsements: $14 million

 

9. Odell Beckham Jr.

Total Earnings: $28 million

Salary/bonuses: $21.5 million

Endorsements: $6.5 million

 

10. Kirk Cousins

Total Earnings: $27.5 million

Salary/bonuses: $26 million

Endorsements: $1.5 million

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4th Quarter Comebacks

A record Brady does not own, but soon could.

Fourth-quarter comebacks: Brady has a good chance at topping Manning’s 45 fourth-quarterback comebacks. He’s just one behind that record and could beat it in 2019.

Source: SB Nation

 
 

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