Six occasions The New England Patriots have won the Super Bowl six times in a row, most recently in February 2019 with Super Bowl LIII. The Pittsburgh Steelers, who won their most recent championship in 2009, are also at the top of this list. They're followed by the Patriots, who have won more than any other team.
The Patriots have played in and won the most Super Bowls of any team - 11 - and they've appeared in every Super Bowl since their first game in 1972. The last time they weren't playing in the big game was when they went to Florida for the 1994 season due to labor issues with the NFL players' union. The Patriots lost that game 23-20 in overtime to former coach Bill Parcells's New York Giants.
By winning six out of seven Super Bowls between 2007 and 2013, the Patriots tied the Dallas Cowboys for the most consecutive Super Bowl victories. The Patriots broke this record by winning their sixth title in 2019 while the Cowboys fell short of tying them by losing to the Rams in the final game of the season.
In addition to their six super bowls, the Patriots have also won the AFL Championship five times (1962, 1963, 1965, 1973, 1974). The only other team to win more than three super bowls is the Dallas Cowboys with 10 titles. The New York Giants and Steelers each have four super bowl wins.
The New England Patriots have won six Super Bowls, in 2001, 2003, 2004, 2014, 2016, and 2018.
Here is a look at how many Super Bowls the Patriots have won—more than any other club in the previous 17 years—as well as the all-time Super Bowl victories leaderboard. How many championships have the Patriots won? Bill Belichick, Tom Brady, and the rest of the Patriots are no strangers to the Super Bowl.
The Patriots have six Super Bowl championships (2002, 2004, 2005, 2015, 2017, and 2019) and 11 AFC crowns. They are the most recent dynasty in New England sports history.
The Patriots are also tied with the Dallas Cowboys for the most NFL titles with 12. The last time the Patriots missed the playoffs was 2016. Before that, they had made the postseason every year since 2001 except for 2003 when they went on a late-season surge but fell short at 8-8.
They have been one of the top teams in the NFL for several decades now, and there's no indication that they will be stopping any time soon.
The New England Patriots (6-5) and the Pittsburgh Steelers (6-2) have each won six Super Bowls, while the Dallas Cowboys (5-2) and the San Francisco 49ers (5-2) have each won five. With their victory in Super Bowl VII, the 1972 Miami Dolphins completed the only flawless season in NFL history. They are the only team to win 100 games in a single season.
In fact, no other team has even come close. The St. Louis Rams were the last team to win 50 games in a single season, doing so in 1995. They also lost every game in 1994, when they finished with the same record as the 95 Giants but came up one game short of making the playoffs. And the 49ers and Colts both had four 50-win seasons between 1950 and 1963. Those teams, though, all had different head coaches during those years - Red Hickey for the 49ers and Don Shula for the Colts - so they aren't counted as separate franchises.
Since 1970, when the current playoff system was introduced, only two teams have managed to win 70 or more games in a single season: the 1972 Dolphins and the 2000 Ravens. Both of these teams, however, played in three straight Super Bowl losses before winning it all in Super Bowl XXXV. And unlike the 1995 Rams, who made the playoffs every year from 1990 to 1993, neither of these recent champions ever missed the postseason during this stretch of success.
Twenty of the 28 franchises that have competed in a Super Bowl have won a title. New England joined the Steelers in having the most Super Bowl victories in the NFL, with six, while the Cowboys and 49ers each had five. ... The following is a list of Super Bowl appearances, organized by NFL franchise.
The Patriots came into Super Bowl LI with an overall record of 4-4 in their previous eight Super Bowl appearances, with all four of their wins and two of their four defeats coming under Belichick and Brady's leadership.
The Falcons were quicker and more athletic, and they were plainly unaffected by their glaring lack of Super Bowl experience. They rapidly found that New England was significantly more beatable than anyone had anticipated.
The New England Patriots are a professional football club headquartered in Foxborough, Massachusetts, that competes in the National Football League (NFL).
They are one of only eight teams to have ever won the championship game in their first three seasons of existence (2002, 2003, and 2004), along with Oakland Raiders, San Francisco 49ers, Pittsburgh Steelers, Chicago Bears, Miami Dolphins, and New York Giants.
In addition to their six Super Bowl victories, the Patriots have also won another title as part of the NFL Championship Series - the predecessor to today's Super Bowl system - in 2001. That makes them the most successful team in the state of Massachusetts and the second most successful franchise in New England after the Boston Red Sox.
The Patriots have been consistently among the top two or three teams in the NFL since their inception in 1972. They are widely considered to be one of the greatest American football teams of all time.
Their incredible success can be attributed to using different strategies which include playing conservative offense, running back Tom Brady instead of more prolific passers, and building an effective defense that forces other teams into making mistakes.
Brady has been named the NFL's Most Valuable Player twice, in 2014 and 2018.
The New England Patriots have 11 Super Bowl appearances, while the Buffalo Bills (1-4) had four straight appearances (all defeats) from 1990 to 1993. Championships in the Super Bowl (1966-present)
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