Patriots Greatest Plays Coasters
2007 Regular Season Finale - Perfect 16-0
2004 Super Bowl XXXIX - Harrison seals the dynasty
2001 Super Bowl XXXVI - First Super Bowl victory
1985 AFC Championship - Squish the Fish
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2007 Regular Season Finale
New England vs. New York
38 - 35
December 29, 2007
Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ
New England become the 1st team in NFL history to finish a regular season with a perfect 16-0 record. Tom Brady set a then NFL record by throwing his 50th TD pass to Randy Moss who also set an NFL record with 23 receiving TDs on the season.
2004 Super Bowl XXXIX
Harrison seals the dynasty
New England vs. Eagles
24 - 21
February 6, 2005
Alltel Stadium, Jacksonville, FL
New England was looking to win their 3rd Super Bowl in four seasons, but they faced a challenging matchup against Philadelphia. It was neck and neck all game, but Rodney Harrison's interception of Donovan McNabb with under a minute remaining in the 4th quarter got them the win.
2001 Super Bowl XXXVI
First Super Bowl victory
New England vs. St. Louis
20 - 17
February 3, 2002
Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, LA
Super Bowl XXXVI was the start of New England's dynasty. With the score tied and time running out in the game, Tom Brady drove the field without timeouts to get to field goal range. Adam Vinatieri’s clutch 48-yard kick as time expires won their 1st Super Bowl title.
1985 AFC Championship
Squish the Fish
New England vs. Miami
31 - 14
January 12, 1986
Orange Bowl, Miami, FL
New England had lost 18 straight Orange Bowls and were intent on winning this one and going on to the Super Bowl. They did just that, crushing Miami and possessing the ball for 40 minutes. Craig James rushed for over 100 yards including a long run at the end of the 4th quarter that set up the last touchdown of the game, 1-yarder from Mosi Tatupu.