New England Pats 

New England Pats

New England Patriots tickets are without a doubt the top NFL ticket on the market. With three Super Bowl wins in the last four years, the Patriots are well on their way toward cementing their claim as an NFL football dynasty. In 2005, the Patriots face some challenges, but if they can pull of the first Super Bow threepeat in NFL history, it's a chance for lifetime memories in Gillette Stadium if you're one of the lucky few to get New England Patriots tickets.
The Patriots are well stocked with their share of top notch NFL players. Pro Bowl quarterback Tom Brady will once again be under center, with wide receiver Deion Branch leading the list of targets. Running back Corey Dillon pounded out 1635 yards on the ground in the 2004 NFL season, and enters 2005 fit and ready to go. Kicker Adam Vinatieri is a proven winner, and one of the NFL's best under pressure.
Like all Super Bowl winners, the Patriots lost some players to the NFL free agent market. Topping the list was the loss of offensive linemen Joe Andruzzi to the Cleveland Brown and Adrian Klemm, who signed with the Green Bay Packers, but those position were quickly filled in the NFL draft when the Patriots took Logan Mankins of Fresno State in the first round, and followed up with Toledo's Nick Kaczur in the third.
The Patriots couldn't have punched their Super Bowl tickets without a solid defense, and that unit remains in good shape. Although the future of linebacker Teddy Bruschi is in doubt, New England signed former Pro Bowl linebacker Chad Brown as insurance after he was released by the Seattle Seahawks in a salary cap move.

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