The New England Patriots became the greatest dynasty in NFL history with their unmatched run of dominance starting in 2001.
Six championships, nine conference championships, and 17 division titles – including 11 in a row from 2009 to 2019 – are all you need to know to understand how unparalleled the Patriots success was over the last two decades.
Obviously what stands out the most is the six Super Bowl championships. In 2018, the Patriots joined the Pittsburgh Steelers as the only two franchises with six Super Bowls to their name, a feat that took the Steelers 34 years to accomplish, while the Patriots only needed 17 years.
Each Super Bowl victory is special in their own way, has their own storylines, comebacks, and some have them all. Today we’ll be ranking the Patriots six championships.
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Let’s get into it.
No. 6: Super Bowl LIII – New England Patriots 13, Los Angeles Rams 3
Let’s get something straight right off the bat. There are no “bad” Super Bowls in here. They were all exciting for different reasons and they all hold a special place in my and countless other Patriots fans’ hearts.
Tom Brady and the Patriots getting their sixth ring will always be a great moment in New England and NFL history. The game itself, however, was extremely defensive and didn’t match the intensity and meaning of the others on this list.
Brady’s last completion to Rob Gronkowski in a Patriots uniform and Stephon Gilmore’s late interception to all but seal the game will go down in highlight history. But overall, this game just didn’t have what the others have.