2019 뉴 잉글랜드 패트리어츠 시즌 - 2019 New England Patriots season

2019 뉴 잉글랜드 패트리어츠 시즌
소유자 로버트 크래프트
감독 Bill Belichick
홈 필드 질레트 스타디움
결과
기록 12 ~ 4
구분 장소 1st AFC East
플레이 오프 마무리 분실 와일드 카드 플레이 오프 (대 타이탄 ) 13 ~ 20
프로 볼러
AP 올 프로 LG 조 서니 (2 팀)
CB 스테판 길모어 (1 팀)
ST 매튜 슬레이트 (1 팀)
제복
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2019 뉴 잉글랜드 애국자 시즌 에서 프랜차이즈의 50 번째 시즌이었다 미국 축구 리그 전체 60 이하 20 주 코치 빌 벨리 칙 . 그들은 슈퍼 볼 LIII 에서 우승 한 후 수비수 슈퍼 볼 챔피언으로 , 그리고 3 회 수비수 AFC 챔피언으로 시즌에 들어갔다 . 애국자는 원 AFC 동쪽으로 11 연속 시즌, 그리고에서 그들의 11-5 기록에 개선 이전 시즌 , 그러나 그들은했다 화가 에 의해 테네시 타이탄스와일드 카드 게임이다. 이 애국자가 있기 때문에 홈 포스트 시즌 게임을 잃었 처음으로 표시된 2012 AFC 챔피언십 게임을 하고, 처음 애국자는에 도달하는 데 실패 AFC 챔피언십 게임 이후 2010 . 애국자는 플레이 오프를했고, 2010 년대 년대 매년 우승 시즌을했다 유일한 NFL 팀이었다.

그들의 방어의 역사적 지배적 인 플레이에 의해 촉매, 애국자는 프랜차이즈 역사상 세 번째 시즌 매우 잘에서 8-0을 시작하고, 초기 그들은 무패 반복 할 수 있는지에 관한 대화가 있었다에서 2007 정규 시즌 . 그러나, 그들의 연승 곧 그들의 주 9 손실의 결과로 끝낼 것 볼티모어 레이븐 월 (20), 2013 년 AFC 챔피언십 게임 때문에 또한 까마귀에 첫 손실이었다. 주 (12)에서는, 애국자는 능가하는, 17 번째 연속 10 승 시즌 새로운 NFL 기록을 세웠다 샌프란시스코 49ers에 1983에서 1998 사이에서 16 연속 10 우승 시즌의 원래 기록을 세웠다.

이후 처음으로 2009 년 , 롭 그론 코우 스키 팀의 전 시작 타이트 엔드 그는 3 월 24 일, 2019 년에 그의 은퇴를 발표로서, 활성 명단에 없었다 [1] 또한 이후 처음으로 2010 년 , 애국자가 가진 고군분투하는 Stephen GostkowskiIR 에 배치됨에 따라 정규 시즌 명단에서 다른 키커 ; 그는 Mike Nugent , [2] Nick Folk , [3]Kai Forbath 미드 시즌 계약으로 교체되었습니다 .

오버 자신의 승리 버팔로 계산서 주 16, 애국자는 11 년 연속 AFC 동쪽을 확정. 그러나, 10-1 년 12 월에 진입에도 불구하고, 애국자는 이후 처음으로 첫 라운드 안녕을 확정하는 데 실패 2009 4-11에 27-24 손실에 의해 대명사했다 늦은 시즌 붕괴 덕분에 돌고래 a로 이어 31-21 참모 오버 승리 충전기 주 17 그것은에서 이후 돌고래에 처음으로 홈 손실이었다 2008 년 이후 처음으로 2005 년톰 브래디 쿼터백을 시작으로.

2009 년 시즌 이후 첫 번째 와일드 카드 게임 에서 Patriots는 Tennessee Titans 20–13 에게 패했습니다 . 이것은 또한 있었다 톰 브래디 그는 자신이 서명 후 자유 계약 및 입력 발표했다대로 팀과의 지난 시즌 탬파베이 버 커니 어스를 3 월 20 일 2020 년에 [4] [5]

코칭 변경

2019 년 2 월 4 일, 사실상의 수비 코디네이터 / 라인 배커 코치 Brian Flores가 Miami Dolphins 의 수석 코치로 고용되었습니다 . [6] Dolphins는 또한 와이드 리시버 코치 Chad O'Shea 를 그들의 공격 코디네이터로 고용 하고, 코너 백 코치 Josh Boyer고용 하여 수비 패스 게임 코디네이터 역할에 더하여 동일한 역할을 수행했습니다. [7]

수비 라인 코치 인 Brendan DalyKansas City Chiefs의해 동일한 역할을 수행하기 위해 고용되었습니다 . [8]

2019 년 2 월에 Greg Schiano 가 방어 코디네이터로 Patriots에 합류하도록 고용 되었다고 발표 되었지만 Patriots가이 보고서를 확인하기 전에 [9] Schiano는 3 월 28 일에 예기치 않게 더 많은 시간을 보내고 싶다는 욕구를 이유로 Patriots에서 사임했습니다. 그의 "신앙과 가족"에 대해. [10]

이러한 손실을 대체하기 위해 Patriots는 개인을 고용하고 승진했습니다. 공격시 Mick Lombardi 는 어시스턴트 쿼터백 코치 로 고용 되었고 Joe Judge 는 그의 특별 팀 코디네이터에게 와이드 리시버 코치 추가 역할을 맡았습니다 . 수비에서 전 Patriots의 선수 Jerod Mayo내부 라인 배커 코치 로 고용되었으며 Mike Pellegrino 는 코칭 어시스턴트에서 코너 백 코치 로 승진했으며 Demarcus Covington 은 코칭 어시스턴트에서 외부 라인 백커 코치 로 승진 했으며 Bret Bielema컨설턴트에서 수비 라인 코치 로 승진 했습니다. 또한, 수비 코디네이터 위치는 공석으로 남겨졌고 Bill Belichick 감독은 이제 그 역할에 더 많이 참여했습니다. [11]

명단 변경

자유 계약

무제한

위치 플레이어 2019 팀 서명 한 날짜 계약
라이언 앨런 뉴 잉글랜드 패트리어츠 2019 년 3 월 19 일 [12] 1 년, 150 만 달러 [13]
DT 말콤 브라운 뉴 올리언스 성도 2019 년 3 월 19 일 [14] 3 년, 1,500 만 달러 [15]
OT 트렌트 브라운 오클랜드 레이더스 2019 년 3 월 13 일 [16] 4 년, 6 천 6 백만 달러 [17]
WR 필립 도르 셋 뉴 잉글랜드 패트리어츠 2019 년 3 월 19 일 [18] 1 년, 260 만 달러 [19]
DE 트레이 플라워 디트로이트 라이온스 2019 년 3 월 14 일 [20] 5 년, 9 천만 달러 [21]
케이 스티븐 고스트 코프 스키 뉴 잉글랜드 패트리어츠 2019 년 4 월 9 일 [22] 2 년, 850 만 달러 [22]
RB 제레미 힐
WR 크리스 호건 캐롤라이나 팬더 스 2019 년 4 월 12 일 [23] 1 년, 145 만 달러 [24]
WR 코디 홀리스터 테네시 타이탄 2019 년 5 월 13 일 [25] 2 년, 1,08 백만 달러 [26]
LB 라몬 험버
OT 울릭 존 뉴 올리언스 성도 2019 년 5 월 13 일 [27] 1 년, $ 720,000 [28]
LB 알버트 매클 렐런 뉴욕 제츠 2019 년 8 월 17 일 [29] 1 년, $ 645,000 [30]
CB 제이슨 맥 코티 뉴 잉글랜드 패트리어츠 2019 년 3 월 14 일 [31] 2 년, 천만 달러 [32]
WR Cordarrelle Patterson 시카고 베어스 2019 년 3 월 13 일 [33] 2 년, 850 만 달러 [34]
CB 에릭 로우 마이애미 돌핀스 2019 년 3 월 14 일 [35] 1 년, 350 만 달러 [36]
DT 대니 쉘튼 뉴 잉글랜드 패트리어츠 2019 년 5 월 20 일 [37] 1 년, 103 만 달러 [38]
DE 존 사이먼 뉴 잉글랜드 패트리어츠 2019 년 3 월 15 일 [39] 2 년, 415 만 달러 [40]
OT LaAdrian Waddle 버팔로 빌 2019 년 3 월 16 일 [41] 1 년, 2 백만 달러 [42]

한정된

위치 플레이어 2019 팀 서명 한 날짜 계약
CB 조나단 존스 뉴 잉글랜드 패트리어츠 2019 년 4 월 16 일 [43] 1 년 입찰, 3 억 9,500 만 달러 [44]
WR 조쉬 고든 뉴 잉글랜드 패트리어츠 2019 년 4 월 23 일 [45] 1 년 입찰, $ 2.025 million [44]

서명

위치 플레이어 이전 팀 서명 한 날짜 계약
RB 브랜든 볼든 마이애미 돌핀스 2019 년 3 월 14 일 [31] 2 년, 370 만 달러 [46]
WR 브루스 엘링턴 디트로이트 라이온스 2019 년 3 월 15 일 [39] 1 년, $ 895,000 [47]
FS 테렌스 브룩스 뉴욕 제츠 2019 년 3 월 15 일 [39] 2 년, 325 만 달러 [48]
WR 모리스 해리스 워싱턴 레드 스킨스 2019 년 3 월 15 일 [39] 1 년, 1 백만 달러 [49]
DT 마이크 펜넬 뉴욕 제츠 2019 년 3 월 15 일 [39] 2 년, 5 백만 달러 [50]
TE 매트 라 코스 덴버 야생마 2019 년 3 월 15 일 [39] 2 년 280 만 달러 [51]
OT 세드릭 랭 미네소타 바이킹 2019 년 4 월 1 일 [52] 1 년, $ 500,000 [53]
FB 제이콥 존슨 슈투트가르트 전갈 ( 독일 ) 2019 년 4 월 8 일 [54] 1 년, $ 495,000 [55]
TE 오스틴 세 페리 안-젠킨스 잭슨빌 재규어 2019 년 4 월 10 일 [56] 1 년, $ 895,000 [57]
WR 데 마리우스 토마스 휴스턴 텍사스 2019 년 4 월 16 일 [58] 1 년, 290 만 달러 [58]
DE 닉 서먼 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2019 년 5 월 2 일 [59] 1 년, $ 495,000 [60]
LB 실리 크 칼훈 오클랜드 레이더스 2019 년 5 월 2 일 [59] 1 년, $ 720,000 [61]
TE 벤자민 왓슨 뉴 올리언스 성도 2019 년 5 월 9 일 [62] 1 년, 3 백만 달러 [62]
OT 자레드 벨 디어 덴버 야생마 2019 년 5 월 13 일 [63] 1 년, 350 만 달러 [64]
WR 돈트렐 인 만 인디애나 폴리스 콜츠 2019 년 5 월 13 일 [65] 1 년, 150 만 달러 [66]
OLB 제이미 콜린스 클리블랜드 브라운 2019 년 5 월 16 일 [67] 1 년, 3 백만 달러 [68]
TE 랜스 켄드릭 스 그린 베이 패커 2019 년 7 월 24 일 [69] 1 년, 102 만 달러 [70]
OG JJ 딜만 로스 앤젤레스 램스 2019 년 7 월 26 일 [71]
WR 카메론 메러디스 뉴 올리언스 성도 2019 년 8 월 2 일 [72] 2 년, 202 만 달러 [73]
OT 콜 크로스 톤 뉴 잉글랜드 패트리어츠 2019 년 8 월 12 일 [74] 1 년, $ 645,000 [75]
MLB 스쿠비 라이트 애리조나 핫샷 ( AAF ) 2019 년 8 월 25 일 [76] 1 년, $ 570,000 [77]
RB 로버트 마틴 뉴욕 자이언츠 2019 년 8 월 25 일 [78] 1 년, $ 495,000 [79]
WR 데 마리우스 토마스 뉴 잉글랜드 패트리어츠 2019 년 9 월 2 일 [80] 1 년, 150 만 달러 [81]
제임스 페 렌츠 뉴 잉글랜드 패트리어츠 2019 년 9 월 6 일 [82] 1 년, $ 720,000 [83]
WR 안토니오 브라운 오클랜드 레이더스 2019 년 9 월 9 일 [84] 1 년 1,500 만 달러 [84]
OT 마샬 뉴 하우스 뉴 올리언스 성도 2019 년 9 월 11 일 [85] 1 년, $ 930,000 [86]
OT Caleb Benenoch Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2019 년 9 월 17 일 [87] 1 년, $ 720,000 [88]
QB 코디 케슬러 필라델피아 이글스 2019 년 9 월 25 일 [89] 1 년, $ 720,000 [90]
SS 조던 리차즈 오클랜드 레이더스 2019 년 10 월 2 일 [91] 1 년, $ 805,000 [92]
케이 마이크 누젠트 오클랜드 레이더스 2019 년 10 월 3 일 [2] 1 년, 103 만 달러 [93]
TE 벤자민 왓슨 뉴 잉글랜드 패트리어츠 2019 년 10 월 14 일 [94] 1 년, $ 800,000 [95]
TE 에릭 톰린슨 뉴욕 자이언츠 2019 년 10 월 15 일 [96] 1 년, $ 720,000 [97]
CB 저스틴 베델 볼티모어 까마귀 2019 년 10 월 22 일 [98] 1 년, $ 930,000 [99]
QB 코디 케슬러 뉴 잉글랜드 패트리어츠 2019 년 10 월 28 일 [100] 1 년, $ 720,000 [101]
케이 닉 포크 애리조나 핫샷 (AAF) 2019 년 10 월 29 일 [3] 1 년, 103 만 달러 [102]
케이 카이 포 바스 잭슨빌 재규어 2019 년 11 월 29 일 [103] 1 년, $ 930,000 [104]
DT 알버트 허긴 스 필라델피아 이글스 2019 년 12 월 2 일 [105] 1 년, 1,08 백만 달러 [106]
케이 닉 포크 뉴 잉글랜드 패트리어츠 2019 년 12 월 6 일 [107] 1 년, 103 만 달러 [108]
플레이어가 각 팀의 2018 시즌 이 끝날 때 FA 였다는 것을 나타냅니다 .

계약 연장

위치 플레이어 서명 한 날짜 계약
WR 줄리안 에델만 2019 년 5 월 21 일 [109] 2 년, 1,800 만 달러 [109]
QB 톰 브래디 2019 년 8 월 4 일 [110] 2 년, 7,000 만 달러 [110]
CB 조나단 존스 2019 년 9 월 7 일 [111] 3 년, 2,100 만 달러 [111]

릴리스 / 포기

위치 플레이어 2019 팀 출시일
TE 드웨인 앨런 마이애미 돌핀스 [112] 2019 년 3 월 4 일 [113]
WR 대런 앤드류스 캘거리 스탬 피더 ( CFL ) [114]
DE 애드리안 클레이본 애틀랜타 팔콘 스 [115] 2019 년 3 월 15 일 [39]
OT 라이 커 매튜스 해밀턴 타이거 캣 (CFL) [116] 2019 년 5 월 2 일 [59]
WR 브루스 엘링턴 2019 년 5 월 8 일 [117]
OT 캘빈 앤더슨 뉴욕 제츠 [118] 2019 년 5 월 13 일 [119]
WR 자비에르 우보시 뉴욕 제츠 [118]
DT 프랭크 헤론 테네시 타이탄스 [120] 2019 년 5 월 16 일 [121]
제이크 엘드 렌 캄프 인디애나 폴리스 콜츠 [122] 2019 년 5 월 20 일 [123]
TE 오스틴 세 페리 안-젠킨스 2019 년 6 월 4 일 [124]
OT 콜 크로스 톤 뉴 잉글랜드 애국자 [74] 2019 년 7 월 30 일 [125]
CB D' Angelo Ross 뉴 잉글랜드 애국자 [126] 2019 년 8 월 12 일 [74]
QB / WR 대니에 틀링 애틀랜타 팔콘 스 [127] 2019 년 8 월 13 일 [128]
WR 돈트렐 인 만 로스 앤젤레스 충전기 [129] 2019 년 8 월 18 일 [130]
라이언 앨런 애틀랜타 팔콘 스 [131] 2019 년 8 월 20 일 [132]
WR 모리스 해리스 뉴 잉글랜드 애국자 [133] 2019 년 8 월 25 일 [134] [135]
DE 케이 온타 데이비스 뉴 잉글랜드 애국자 [133]
DT 마이크 펜넬 캔자스 시티 족장 [136] 2019 년 8 월 26 일 [137] [138]
RB 로버트 마틴
WR 모리스 해리스 2019 년 8 월 27 일 [139]
TE 앤드류 벡 덴버 야생마 [140] 2019 년 8 월 30 일 [141]
OT Tyree St. Louis 뉴 잉글랜드 애국자 [142]
OT 세드릭 랭
DT 데이비드 패리
WR 라이언 데이비스
FS AJ 하워드 볼티모어 까마귀 [143]
타일러 고티에 뉴 잉글랜드 패트리어츠 [144]
WR 다문 패터슨
MLB 크리스찬 샘 마이애미 돌핀스 [145]
OT 마르테 즈 아이비
WR 브랙스턴 베리 오스 뉴욕 제츠 [140] 2019 년 8 월 31 일 [146]
TE 스티븐 앤더슨 뉴 잉글랜드 애국자 [142]
DT Ufomba Kamalu 뉴 잉글랜드 애국자 [142]
TE 에릭 소버트 오클랜드 레이더스 [147]
OLB 캘빈 먼슨 뉴 잉글랜드 애국자 [142]
OT 댄 스키퍼 뉴 잉글랜드 애국자 [142]
DE 닉 서먼 뉴 잉글랜드 애국자 [142]
MLB 스쿠비 라이트 뉴 잉글랜드 애국자 [148]
QB 브라이언 호이어 인디애나 폴리스 콜츠 [149]
OLB 테레즈 홀 뉴 잉글랜드 애국자 [142]
RB 닉 브로 셋 디트로이트 라이온스 [150]
WR 데 마리우스 토마스 뉴 잉글랜드 애국자 [80]
OT 콜 크로스 톤
FB 제이콥 존슨 뉴 잉글랜드 애국자 [142]
DE 트렌트 해리스 마이애미 돌핀스 [140]
CB 켄 웹스터 마이애미 돌핀스 [140]
제임스 페 렌츠 뉴 잉글랜드 애국자 [82]
러셀 보딘 2019 년 9 월 6 일 [82]
FS 오비 멜리 폰우 뉴 잉글랜드 애국자 [151] 2019 년 9 월 9 일 [152]
TE 랜스 켄드릭 스 로스 앤젤레스 충전기 [153]
WR 안토니오 브라운 2019 년 9 월 20 일 [154]
WR 카메론 메러디스 2019 년 10 월 1 일 [155]
OT Caleb Benenoch 캐롤라이나 팬더 스 [156]
TE 벤자민 왓슨 뉴 잉글랜드 애국자 [94] 2019 년 10 월 7 일 [157]
QB 코디 케슬러 뉴 잉글랜드 애국자 [100] 2019 년 10 월 15 일 [158]
SS 조던 리차즈 볼티모어 까마귀 [159] 2019 년 10 월 22 일 [160]
케이 마이크 누젠트 2019 년 10 월 29 일 [161] [162]
TE 에릭 톰린슨 오클랜드 레이더스 [163]
WR 조쉬 고든 시애틀 시호크스 [164] 2019 년 10 월 31 일 [165]
케이 닉 포크 뉴 잉글랜드 애국자 [107] 2019 년 11 월 29 일 [166]
케이 카이 포 바스 달라스 카우보이스 [167] 2019 년 12 월 4 일 [105]
DT 알버트 허긴 스 필라델피아 이글스 [168] 2019 년 12 월 7 일 [107]
선수가 연습반에 서명했음을 나타냅니다.

은퇴

위치 플레이어 은퇴 날짜
TE 롭 그론 코프 스키 2019 년 3 월 24 일 [1]
OT 자레드 벨 디어 2019 년 5 월 21 일 [169]
브라이언 슈 벤케 2019 년 7 월 24 일 [69]
OG JJ 딜만 2019 년 7 월 29 일 [170]

거래

초안

2019 뉴 잉글랜드 애국자 초안
일주 선택 플레이어 위치 칼리지 메모
1 32 엔켈 해리 WR 애리조나 주
2 45 조 주안 윌리엄스 CB Vanderbilt 에서 애틀랜타 를 통해 로스 앤젤레스
77 체이스 위노 비치 DE 미시간 에서 캐롤라이나 를 통해 시애틀
87 데미안 해리스 RB 앨라배마 에서 시카고
101 Yodny Cajuste OT 웨스트 버지니아 뉴 잉글랜드에서 로스 앤젤레스 경유
4 118 Hjalte Froholdt OG Arkansas 에서 워싱턴 을 통해 그린 베이시애틀
133 자렛 스티 덤 QB Auburn 에서 로스 앤젤레스
5 159 바이런 코 와트 DE 메릴랜드 에서 시애틀 를 통해 미네소타
163 제이크 베일리 Stanford 에서 필라델피아
7 252 켄 웹스터 CB 미시시피 보상 선택

메모

  • 2018 년 FA 기간 동안 패트리어트가 서명 한 것보다 더 많은 자격을 갖춘 FA가 출국 한 결과 , 팀은 2019 드래프트에 대해 4 개의 보상 선택을 받았습니다 (3 라운드에서 97 번과 101 번, 6 라운드에서 205 번 , 7 라운드 252 위).
2019 뉴 잉글랜드 애국자 초안 거래
초안 선택 연도 일주 사무용 겉옷 거래 상대 받은
2018 년 2 51 시카고 베어스 Bears의 2 차 선발 ( 전체 56 위 )과 Bears의 2018 년 4 차 선발 ( 전체 105 위 ) [183]
2019 년 73 시카고 베어스 Bears의 3 차 선발 ( 전체 87 위 ), Bears의 5 차 선발 ( 전체 162 위 ), Bears의 2020 년 4 차 선발 [184]
6 205
2019 년 2 56 로스 앤젤레스 램스 Rams의 2 라운드 선택 ( 전체 45 위 ) [184]
101
2019 년 97 로스 앤젤레스 램스 Rams의 3 차 선발 ( 총 101 위 )과 Rams의 4 차 선발 ( 총 133 위 ) [184]
5 162
2019 년 4 134 로스 앤젤레스 램스 Rams의 5 라운드 선택 ( 전체 162 위 , 전체 167 위 ) [184]
7 243
2019 년 2 64 시애틀 시호크스 Seahawks의 3 라운드 선택 ( 전체 77 위 ) 및 4 라운드 선택 ( 전체 118 위 ) [184]
2019 년 95 클리블랜드 브라운 수비 태클 Danny Shelton and the Brown '2018 5 라운드 선정 ( 전체 159 위 ) [185]
2019 년 5 170 클리블랜드 브라운 와이드 리시버 Josh Gordon 과 Browns의 7 라운드 선택 ( 전체 243 위 ) [186]
2018 년 4 114 디트로이트 라이온스 라이온스 3 차 선발 ( 전체 73 위 ) [183]
2019 년 6 204 디트로이트 라이온스 코너 백 존슨 바데 모시 [187]
2019 년 5 162 미네소타 바이킹 바이킹 5 라운드 선정 ( 전체 159 위 ) [184]
7 239
2019 년 5 167 필라델피아 이글스 이글스의 5 라운드 선발 ( 전체 163 위 ) [184]
7 246
2019 년 7 233 필라델피아 이글스 이글스 7 차 선발 ( 총 239 위 )과 2018 년 7 차 선발 ( 총 250 위 ) [183]

드래프트되지 않은 자유 에이전트

플레이어 위치 칼리지 서명 한 날짜
캘빈 앤더슨 OT 텍사스 2019 년 5 월 2 일 [59]
앤드류 벡 TE 텍사스
닉 브로 셋 RB LSU
라이언 데이비스 WR Auburn
말릭 간트 SS 마샬
타일러 고티에 마이애미
테레즈 홀 LB 미주리
자코비 마이어스 WR NC 상태
D' Angelo Ross CB 뉴 멕시코
Tyree St. Louis OT 마이애미
자비에르 우보시 WR UAB 2019 년 5 월 6 일 [188]
거너 올슈 제프 스키 WR 베 미지 주 2019 년 5 월 22 일 [189]
마르테 즈 아이비 OT 플로리다 2019 년 7 월 30 일 [125]
정규 시즌 명단 작성

서스펜션

  • 빡빡한 벤자민 왓슨 은 3 월부터 약물 테스트를 통과하지 못해 시즌 초 4 경기 출장 정지를 당했다. [190]
  • 빡빡한 Lance Kendricks 는 약물 남용에 대한 리그의 정책을 위반하여 시즌 개막전을 위해 정지되었습니다. [191]

부상

직원

2019 뉴 잉글랜드 패트리어츠 직원
프론트 오피스

감독

공격적인 코치

수비 코치

특수 팀 코치

코칭 어시스턴트

힘과 컨디셔닝

명단

훈련 캠프 개막

7 월 25 일 질레트 스타디움 에서 열린 패트리어츠의 첫 훈련 캠프 연습 당시 , 그들은 NFL 최대 90 명의 ​​선수를 영입했습니다. NFL의 International Player Pathway 프로그램 의 결과로 Patriots는 독일 풀백 Jakob Johnson 에게 할당 된 91 번째 자리를 추가로 부여 받았습니다 .

뉴 잉글랜드 패트리어츠 2019 오프닝 트레이닝 캠프 명단
쿼터백

러닝 백

넓은 수신기

단단한 끝

공격적인 라인 맨

수비 라인 맨

라인 배커

수비 백

특별 팀

예약 목록


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New England Patriots 2019 Week 1 명단
쿼터백

러닝 백

넓은 수신기

단단한 끝

공격적인 라인 맨

수비 라인 맨

라인 배커

수비 백

특별 팀

예약 목록

연습반


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결정적인

2019 뉴 잉글랜드 패트리어츠 최종 명단
쿼터백

러닝 백

넓은 수신기

단단한 끝

공격적인 라인 맨

수비 라인 맨

라인 배커

수비 백

특별 팀

예약 목록


연습반


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프리 시즌

데이트 상대 결과 기록 게임 사이트 NFL.com
요약
1 8 월 8 일 에서 디트로이트 라이온스 31–3 1–0 포드 필드 요약
2 8 월 17 일 에서 테네시 타이탄 W 22–17 2–0 닛산 스타디움 요약
8 월 22 일 캐롤라이나 팬더 스 W 10–3 3–0 Gillette Stadium Recap
4 August 29 New York Giants L 29–31 3–1 Gillette Stadium Recap

Regular season

Schedule

Week Date Opponent Result Record Venue NFL.com
recap
1 September 8 Pittsburgh Steelers W 33–3 1–0 Gillette Stadium Recap
2 September 15 at Miami Dolphins W 43–0 2–0 Hard Rock Stadium Recap
3 September 22 New York Jets W 30–14 3–0 Gillette Stadium Recap
4 September 29 at Buffalo Bills W 16–10 4–0 New Era Field Recap
5 October 6 at Washington Redskins W 33–7 5–0 FedEx Field Recap
6 October 10 New York Giants W 35–14 6–0 Gillette Stadium Recap
7 October 21 at New York Jets W 33–0 7–0 MetLife Stadium Recap
8 October 27 Cleveland Browns W 27–13 8–0 Gillette Stadium Recap
9 November 3 at Baltimore Ravens L 20–37 8–1 M&T Bank Stadium Recap
10 Bye
11 November 17 at Philadelphia Eagles W 17–10 9–1 Lincoln Financial Field Recap
12 November 24 Dallas Cowboys W 13–9 10–1 Gillette Stadium Recap
13 December 1 at Houston Texans L 22–28 10–2 NRG Stadium Recap
14 December 8 Kansas City Chiefs L 16–23 10–3 Gillette Stadium Recap
15 December 15 at Cincinnati Bengals W 34–13 11–3 Paul Brown Stadium Recap
16 December 21 Buffalo Bills W 24–17 12–3 Gillette Stadium Recap
17 December 29 Miami Dolphins L 24–27 12–4 Gillette Stadium Recap

Note: Intra-division opponents are in bold text.

Game summaries

Week 1: vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

Week One: Pittsburgh Steelers at New England Patriots – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Steelers 0 0 3 0 3
Patriots 7 13 10 3 33

at Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Massachusetts

Game information

The Patriots hosted the Pittsburgh Steelers during primetime in their first game of the 2019 season. In commemoration of their Super Bowl LIII victory from the previous season, the Patriots unveiled their sixth "World Champions" banner, with numerous former Patriots present, including the recently retired Rob Gronkowski.[211] The team also wore "Super Bowl LIII Champions" patches for the game.[212]

The Steelers won the coin toss and elected to kick. The first drives ended in punts for both teams, but on the Patriots' second possession, they managed to race down the field on a seven-play, 82-yard drive that ended with a touchdown pass to Josh Gordon, in which he broke two tackles after the catch. After forcing the Steelers to go three-and-out, due in part to a holding call on Alejandro Villanueva, the Patriots marched down the field, only for the drive to stall at the Pittsburgh 7-yard line, and the Patriots were forced to settle for a field goal, now leading 10–0 in the second quarter. New England went three-and-out on their following drive but scored on a 25-yard pass to Phillip Dorsett thereafter. In the Patriots' last possession of the first half, even with good field position, they failed to capitalize with a touchdown, settling for another field goal. Beginning the second half, the Patriots led 20–0. This lasted only briefly, as their defense gave up three points on the Steelers' first drive of the third quarter. Tom Brady and the offense responded quickly with a 58-yard pass to Dorsett, his second touchdown catch of the game. On their subsequent possessions, the Patriots scored field goals. Meanwhile, Ben Roethlisberger was intercepted by Devin McCourty. In Pittsburgh's final drive, they managed to advance 50 yards down the field, but failed to score with time running out. Ultimately, the Patriots defeated the Steelers 33–3, starting 1–0 for the season.[213]

Beginning his 20th season in the league, Tom Brady finished the game with 341 yards and three touchdowns,[214] while Julian Edelman recorded his 500th reception with the Patriots, becoming the fifth player to reach that milestone.[215] Phillip Dorsett had a spectacular game, leading the Patriots in receiving yards and touchdowns, catching four passes on four targets for 95 yards and two touchdowns.[216] Meanwhile, Josh Gordon had three receptions for 73 yards in his first game since Week 13 of the 2018 season.[217] Moreover, the Patriots defense played well, holding the Steelers to 308 yards and just three points.[218]

Week 2: at Miami Dolphins

Week Two: New England Patriots at Miami Dolphins – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Patriots 7 6 10 20 43
Dolphins 0 0 0 0 0

at Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida

Game information

Coming off their Week 1 victory, the Patriots flew to Hard Rock Stadium for a Week 2 AFC East duel with the Miami Dolphins. After forcing the Dolphins to go three-and-out, the Patriots countered with a drive in which Tom Brady targeted newly acquired wide receiver Antonio Brown three times for gains of 18, 10, and 8 yards. They finished the possession with a 1-yard touchdown run by Sony Michel. The next three drives ended in punts. Though, on the first, Ryan Fitzpatrick was sacked by Adam Butler on third down just after reaching midfield. On the Patriots' ensuing possession, they drove to the Dolphins 30 but Stephen Gostkowski missed the first of a number of field goals that day. Despite the offense's lack of scoring, the New England defense played stoutly, forcing Miami to go three-and-out on their next two drives. The Patriots scored on a 65-yard possession that ended with a 20-yard pass from Tom Brady to Antonio Brown. Gostkowski missed the extra point and the Patriots led 13–0. In the second half, the New England offense failed to advance on their first drive. Meanwhile, Ryan Fitzpatrick was intercepted by Devin McCourty. Now, with great field position, at the Miami 36, the Patriots failed to take advantage and were forced to settle for a field goal. The Dolphins' offense was unable to make anything of their next two drives going three-and-out on both while obtaining −2 yards and −11 yards on their first and second respectively. The Patriots offense made the best of their defense's solid play, marching down the field on an eight-play, 65-yard possession which ended with a 1-yard QB sneak by Brady. Later, New England's defense continued its sensational performance by forcing Miami to go three-and-out yet again. Upon entering the third quarter, Miami's offense had amassed a mere 28 yards. The Patriots' offense struggled, however, being unable to obtain a first-down. This proved irrelevant as the New England defense had pick-sixes on back-to-back drives: Stephon Gilmore returned the first 54-yards after a bad decision by Fitzpatrick and Jamie Collins returned the second 69-yards after a dropped pass. The Patriots now led 37–0. Ryan Fitzpatrick was replaced by backup Josh Rosen on the ensuing drive. The Patriots scored another touchdown on a 10-yard reception by James White. On Miami's final possession, they marched 67-yards to the New England 8 but failed to score due to an interception by Jamie Collins.[219]

This was the Patriots' first win in Miami since Week 17 of the 2016 season, and their first shutout since Week 3 of that same season.[220] Additionally, New England's defense held the Dolphins' offense to just 184 yards and forced four turnovers.[221] By holding the Dolphins to 0 points and the Steelers to 3 points a week prior, the defense made history, in fact, it tied the record for fewest points allowed through two games during the Super Bowl era.[222] After much speculation over whether Antonio Brown would debut against the Dolphins as a result of his rape lawsuit, he indeed started and had four receptions for 56 yards and a touchdown.[223] This proved to be to Brown's sole game with the Patriots as he was released days later on September 20, as a result of his response to further allegations.[154]

Week 3: vs. New York Jets

Week Three: New York Jets at New England Patriots – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Jets 0 0 7 7 14
Patriots 13 7 10 0 30

at Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Massachusetts

Game information

The Patriots flew home to face the New York Jets for their Week 3 matchup. They faced a Jets team that was greatly hindered by numerous starters missing. In particular, the Jets entered the game with their third-string quarterback, Luke Falk, as a result of injuries to starter Sam Darnold suffering from illness and backup Trevor Siemian sustaining a calf injury.[224]

New York's first drive ended with a punt and the Patriots responded with a nine-play, 88-yard drive that ended with a 5-yard run by Sony Michel. Continuing his struggles on special teams, Stephen Gostkowski missed his third extra-point of the year. On the Jets’ ensuing drive, they went three-and-out as a result of a sack by Jamie Collins. Meanwhile, New Englands’ offense would score yet another touchdown, this time on a 25-yard catch-and-run by Phillip Dorsett. New York's offense failed to obtain any first-downs for the rest of the first half, and the Patriots would score an additional touchdown on a 3-yard pass from Tom Brady to Julian Edelman. Although, the rest of their drives ended in punts. Entering the second half, New England led 20–0. The Patriots started with the ball but were unable to reach midfield and were forced to punt. On the following drive, Luke Falk threw an underthrown interception to Devin McCourty which was returned 24-yards to the New York 17. Unfortunately, the Patriots were unable to take advantage and settled for a 37-yard field goal. The defense would still play stoutly, forcing the Jets to go three-and-out on their ensuing drive, caused, in part, by a holding penalty on Kelechi Osemele. The Patriots countered with a 10-play, 60-yard drive which ended with a 2-yard rush touchdown by Rex Burkhead, leading 30–0. Notably, Josh Gordon caught a spectacular 28-yard reception on third and 22, saving the drive from stalling and entering the red zone. On New York's next drive, they managed the reach near midfield but the drive was halted by a sack by Dont'a Hightower and Adam Butler. The punt would prove disastrous for New England as rookie Gunner Olszewski muffed the ball and Arthur Maulet, of the Jets, recovered it in the end zone for a touchdown: this was the first touchdown the Patriots had allowed all season. The ensuing two drives ended in punts. Although, on the Patriots' subsequent possession thereafter, Tom Brady was substituted by rookie Jarrett Stidham with 8:41 left in the fourth. Stidham threw a badly missed pass which was intercepted by Jamal Adams and returned 61 yards for a touchdown. For the remaining drives, both teams punted and New England won the game 30–14.[225]

With the win, the Patriots improved to 3–0 for the first time since the 2016 season. Furthermore, New England's defense continued its dominant play by shutting out the Jets' offense and sacking Luke Falk five times. Overall, they forced New York to go 0–12 on third downs.[226] The Patriots' defense has not allowed a touchdown in 17 quarters, last occurring in the fourth quarter of the 2018 AFC Championship Game.[227] Also, this was the fifth consecutive game, including playoffs, in which the Patriots did not allow any touchdowns in the first half, tracing back to the 2018 AFC Championship.

Week 4: at Buffalo Bills

Week Four: New England Patriots at Buffalo Bills – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Patriots 13 0 3 0 16
Bills 0 3 7 0 10

at New Era Field, Orchard Park, New York

  • Date: September 29
  • Game time: 1:00 p.m. EDT
  • Game weather: Mostly cloudy, 58 °F (14 °C)
  • Game attendance: 70,317
  • Referee: Craig Wrolstad
  • TV announcers (CBS): Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts and Evan Washburn
  • Recap, Game Book
Game information

Hoping to solidify their prowess in the AFC East, the Patriots flew to New Era Field for their Week 4 matchup against a division rival – the 3–0 Buffalo Bills. The Patriots began with the ball and started well with a 15-yard rush by Sony Michel on the first play. Though the drive faltered thereafter and they were forced to punt. In contrast, the defense maintained its tremendous play by intercepting Josh Allen on the Bills' first drive; Devin McCourty claimed his fourth pick of the season. Taking advantage of the turnover, New England's offense marched 50 yards down the field for a 4-yard touchdown run by Brandon Bolden. Tom Brady also threw a catch-and-run pass to James White for 26 yards despite great coverage by Matt Milano. On the extra point attempt, Stephen Gostkowski missed yet another extra point, his fourth of the season. On the ensuing possession, the Bills struggled to obtain yards and went three-and-out. On the resulting punt, J. C. Jackson blocked Corey Bojorquez's kick which was recovered and returned by Matthew Slater for a touchdown to put the Patriots up 13–0. Both teams' offenses failed to reach midfield and punted on the next two drives. However, on the possession after that, Josh Allen threw another pick, which was intercepted by J. C. Jackson. Without much momentum and at their own 25, New England went three-and-out, although Buffalo went three-and-out as well. Now at their own 5-yard line, the Patriots offense finally managed an effective drive for once. They drove 93 yards to the Buffalo 2-yard line, but the drive stalled and Brady threw a terrible pick to Micah Hyde in the endzone. Buffalo capitalized with a 46-yard field goal by Stephen Hauschka. Unable to counter, New England went three-and-out once more and the Bills drove to the New England 31 but failed to score as Hauschka missed a 49-yard field goal with time running out in the first half. Entering the second half, the Patriots led 13–3. The Bills' first drive was very effective as they marched 75 yards down the field and scored on a 1-yard QB sneak by Allen. This was the first touchdown allowed by the Patriots' defense all season. On the subsequent three possessions, both offenses only experienced only three-and-outs. Afterward, J. C. Jackson intercepted Josh Allen for his second pick of the day. Even with great field position at the Buffalo 42, the Patriots only managed to reach the Buffalo 4-yard line where they settled for a field goal. Josh Allen was concussed from a hit by Jonathan Jones on the ensuing drive while he attempted to scramble for a first down. Allen would be replaced by backup Matt Barkley who continued to lead the offense to the New England 3-yard line where the Bills failed to score on 4th-and-goal. Both teams' offenses were unable to create any effective drives after this point. Nonetheless, Buffalo's offense managed to reach midfield on their final possession but Matt Barkley threw an easy interception to Jamie Collins as a result of pressure from Kyle Van Noy. This pick clinched the game for New England and they won 16–10.[228]

Although the Patriots overcame the Bills, this proved to be an extremely sloppy game for their offense, as Tom Brady recorded his first interception of the year at the Buffalo 2-yard line and a completion rate under 50%, having gone 18 of 39. New England's offense went a mere 5/18 on third down conversions and only obtained 11 first-downs. The defense, however, recorded four interceptions (three on Josh Allen and one on Matt Barkley) as well as five sacks but also allowed 109 yards of rushing from Frank Gore and 23 first-downs. In the end, the defense still came through by making a critical stop on the Bills' final possession.[229] Regardless, with the victory, the Patriots improved to 4–0 for the first time since the 2015 season. Special teams ace Matthew Slater also scored his first career touchdown on an 11-yard blocked punt return.[230] Furthermore, with his interception off Josh Allen, Devin McCourty became the first player to record four interceptions in the first four games of a season since Minnesota Vikings safety Brian Russell in 2003.[231]

Week 5: at Washington Redskins

Week Five: New England Patriots at Washington Redskins – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Patriots 6 6 14 7 33
Redskins 7 0 0 0 7

at FedEx Field, Landover, Maryland

Game information

On the road for the second straight week, the Patriots flew to FedExField to face the 0–4 Washington Redskins. Initially, both teams traded punts, but on the succeeding possession, Patriots' defenders missed numerous tackles and Washington scored on a 65-yard run by Steven Sims. This was the first time the Patriots had trailed all season. However, New England responded quickly with a no-huddle offense and marched 75 yards, scoring on a 6-yard catch by Julian Edelman. On the extra-point, newly signed kicker Mike Nugent missed the kick, his first as a Patriot. Washington's next drive was halted by a sack from Danny Shelton. Neither team could reach midfield on any of the remaining possessions of the first quarter. With the Patriots' first drive in the second, they raced down the field to the Washington 19, but were stalled and forced to settle for a 37-yard field goal. Both teams went three-and-out on their next drives. Although, on the possession thereafter, Jonathan Jones forced a fumble on Trey Quinn and Jamie Collins recovered. New England's offense failed to score despite being in the redzone, as Tom Brady threw an awful interception to Montae Nicholson. Even with this turnover, the Redskins offense lacked momentum and failed to advance. On the next Washington possession, Colt McCoy was picked by Jason McCourty. At the Washington 11-yard line, the Patriots went three-and-out and settled for a field goal with the score being 12–7 at the end of the first half. With the passing game being mostly unreliable, New England's offense began relying on and utilizing its running game far more. This proved vital as the Patriots advanced rapidly behind Sony Michel's rushing attack and they scored on a 29-yard pass to Brandon Bolden. On the ensuing New England drive, they would score on a 14-yard run by Michel. Both teams exchanged punts for the rest of the game and the Patriots would score an additional touchdown on a 10-yard pass to Ryan Izzo in a 10-play, 58-yard possession. At the end of regulation, New England defeated the Redksins in a final score of 33–7.[232]

The Patriots continued their win streak on the road by beating the Washington Redskins in a blowout win. They improved to 5–0 for the fourth time under the Brady-Belichick tandem and the fifth time in franchise history. After the game, Julian Edelman became the first Patriot to record at least 100 yards this season.[233] In addition, during the matchup, Tom Brady surpassed Brett Favre for third on the all-time passing list and finished only 17 yards behind Peyton Manning.[234] Sony Michel had his break-out game, rushing for 91 yards and a touchdown on 16 attempts; he also caught three passes for 32 yards. This was due, in part, to great run blocking by the offensive line and fullback Jakob Johnson.[235] On defense, they continued their stout play by forcing two turnovers (one on a fumble and one on an interception) and six sacks. Disregarding the 65-yard run by Steven Sims, New England's defense allowed just 155 yards.[236] The Patriots defense also accomplished a historic feat by allowing only 20 points through five games, the fewest in modern NFL history.[237]

Week 6: vs. New York Giants

Week Six: New York Giants at New England Patriots – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Giants 0 14 0 0 14
Patriots 7 14 0 14 35

at Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Massachusetts

Game information

The Patriots returned home to play the New York Giants, who were led by rookie quarterback Daniel Jones. Both teams traded punts on the first three possessions. Though, on the Giants' second drive, Jones threw a pass that was tipped by Stephon Gilmore and intercepted by John Simon. Now at the New York 43, due to miscommunication, Tom Brady threw a pass intended for Julian Edelman, but was picked by Janoris Jenkins. With neither offense being able to advance past midfield, they punted for the next six possessions. However, during one of these drives, Brandon Bolden blocked a punt by Riley Dixon that was returned by Chase Winovich for a touchdown. With this, the Patriots led 7–0. A few possessions later, Daniel Jones was picked off again, this time by Duron Harmon. With great field position at the Giants 20, Jakobi Meyers caught a great 23-yard pass that set up a 1-yard touchdown run by Brandon Bolden. New York responded quickly by scoring on a 64-yard catch-and-run by Golden Tate in which the numerous Patriots missed tackles. On the ensuing drive, Brady was strip-sacked by Lorenzo Carter, and Markus Golden returned the fumble for a Giants touchdown. Unfortunately, Josh Gordon suffered ankle and knee injuries while trying to make the tackle. He would be out for the remainder of the game which further hindered the Patriots' already depleted offense with Phillip Dorsett having been ruled out prior to the matchup.[238] New England would counter on their next drive by scoring on a 1-yard quarterback sneak by Brady. Entering the second half, the Patriots led 21–14. On the very first possession, Jones was intercepted for the third time of the game, this time by Stephon Gilmore. New England marched 60 yards down the field, but the drive stalled at the New York 22. Mike Nugent missed the 40-yard field goal, his first at Gillette Stadium. Both teams exchanged punts thereafter. New England would score on a forced fumble by Jamie Collins which was returned by Kyle Van Noy for a touchdown. Additionally, on the next New England possession, they scored another touchdown on a 1-yard QB sneak by Brady. With no score changes for the remainder of the game, the Patriots finished with a 35–14 victory.[239]

Although the score remained close in the first half, the Patriots gradually pulled away in the second half thanks to their defense. On New England's first possession, Tom Brady surpassed Peyton Manning for second on the all-time passing list.[240] With Josh Gordon and Phillip Dorsett both having sustained injuries, the offense had to increasingly rely on other contributors; Julian Edelman particularly stood out with his nine receptions for 113 yards, while Sony Michel rushed for 86 yards on 22 carries. Brady also had an unexpected two rushing touchdowns, both on quarterback sneaks. Rookie wide receivers Jakobi Meyers and Gunner Olszewski had their best games of the season thus far, combining for almost 100 yards receiving.[241] The defense intercepted Jones three times and forced a fumble that was returned for a touchdown.[242] On special teams, Chase Winovich returned a blocked punt for a touchdown.[243]

Week 7: at New York Jets

Week Seven: New England Patriots at New York Jets – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Patriots 17 7 2 7 33
Jets 0 0 0 0 0

at MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey

Game information

Facing the New York Jets for the second time of the season, the Patriots hoped to continue their win streak. Unlike last time, Sam Darnold returned from his injury and was healthy to start the game. New England started with the ball and scored on a 3-yard run by Sony Michel in a 16 play, 78 yard drive that drained 8:47 off the clock. The Jets sought to respond with a score but Darnold threw a hurried pass due to the blitz and was intercepted by Devin McCourty, his fifth this season. After failing to obtain a first down, New England settled for a 34-yard field goal. On the ensuing drive, New York went three-and-out and the Patriots took advantage by scoring on a 26-yard pass to Phillip Dorsett. With this touchdown, New England was up 17–0. John Simon had a strip sack on Darnold and Kyle Van Noy recovered. The Patriots would score off another turnover, this time on another run by Sony Michel. New York finally gained momentum on a drive, reaching the Patriots 19, but Darnold made another ill-advised decision on a pass that was intercepted by Duron Harmon. Starting at their own 1, the Pariots' offense went three-and-out. Although the defense managed to make another stop on New York's struggling offense. Neither team scored for the rest of the half and the Patriots led 24–0 entering the second half. On the Jets' very first drive, Darnold was picked by Stephon Gilmore. New England failed to capitalize off the turnover but the defense recorded a safety after a high snap by Jets center Ryan Kalil. Unfortunately for the Patriots, Tom Brady was hit while trying to throw the ball and was intercepted by Trumaine Johnson. Despite being at the New England 33, the Jets failed to score as Darnold was picked off for the fourth time, this time by Terrence Brooks. For much of the remainder of the mathchup, both teams only punted. Though, New England would score one final touchdown on a 1-yard run by Sony Michel, giving them a 33–0 shutout win.[244]

The Patriots defense continued their historic dominance in a 33–0 shutout over the New York Jets. They became the second team to have multiple 30-points shutouts since the 1942 Chicago Bears. Additionally, New England has outscored their opponents in a 223–48 margin thus far, a 175-point difference.[245] Their win also allowed them to improve to 7–0 for the third time in franchise history after the 2007 and 2015 seasons. This was the twelfth consecutive victory (including playoffs) for New England, stemming back to the Week 16 of the 2018 season. Also of significance, Devin McCourty obtained his fifth interception of the season, leading the league in this category as of Week 7. Jets quarterback Sam Darnold struggled immensely, finishing with a mere 3.6 QB rating and four interceptions.[246]

Week 8: vs. Cleveland Browns

Week Eight: Cleveland Browns at New England Patriots – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Browns 0 7 3 3 13
Patriots 17 0 7 3 27

at Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Massachusetts

Game information

On a rainy Sunday evening, the Patriots faced the Cleveland Browns, whom were coming off a bye week. Starting with the ball, New England had a slow start on offense. Sony Michel rushed for 10-yards on the first play, but the drive would soon stall. Cleveland went three-and-out on their first possession; and on the ensuing Patriots possession, they reached the Browns' 2 but were forced to settle for a field goal. They would score again after Kyle Van Noy returned 26-yard fumble – in which Nick Chubb lost the ball after his own lineman's foot knocked it loose -for a touchdown. Notably during the kickoff, rookie punter Jake Bailey completed his first kick as the replacement for the recently injured Stephen Gostkowski. Surprisingly, Chubb, on the Browns' next drive, would fumble again after rushing past New England defenders to the Patriots 16 and Jonathan Jones striking the ball out. The Patriots would soon punt after gaining possession. On Cleveland's first play, Baker Mayfield threw a shovel pass pick to Lawrence Guy who returned it to the Browns' 11. Tom Brady would hit Julian Edelman on an 8-yard touchdown, two plays later. Finally ending their streak of turnovers, the Browns reached midfield and punted. New England would go three-and-out on the next possession, and the Browns responded with a 21-yard touchdown pass to Demetrius Harris in an 8 play, 54 yard drive. Seeking to counter, New England attempted a field goal at the Browns 11, but it was blocked by Denzel Ward. Entering the second half, the Patriots were leading 17–7. On the first possession, Cleveland marched to the New England 11, however, a Jamie Collins sack halted their advance. The Patriots answered with a touchdown. During the drive, James White recorded a 59-yard catch-and-run on a screen and Brady connected with Edelman for their second touchdown of the day. Both teams traded punts for the rest of the third quarter. New England would manage to reach the red zone once again, but yet another possession was hampered, and they obtained a field goal. After a series of sacks and penalties on Cleveland, their drive lost momentum immediately and they failed to convert on 4th and 16 at their own 19. The Patriots sought to capitalize off the stop, but Mike Nugent missed his field goal wide left in what was his last game as a Patriots; he was cut from the team just days later. The Browns would score a field goal on the following possession and neither team would gain anything in particular thereafter. The Patriots won the game 27–13.[247][248]

The defense helped the Patriots quickly gain an insurmountable 17-point lead through a sequence of turnovers. In fact, they forced turnovers on three consecutive drives by forcing two fumbles on Nick Chubb and intercepting Baker Mayfield on a shovel pass. On one of the fumbles, Dont'a Hightower recovered and registered his first touchdown since Week 1 of the 2012 season. Lawrence Guy managed to record his first career interception off of the botched shovel pass.[249][250] Meanwhile, despite the weather obstructions, Tom Brady managed to play well, recording two touchdowns and completing multiple remarkable throws. Julian Edelman caught both of Brady's touchdowns and had 8 receptions and 78 yards for the day. Also, without soon-to-be released wideout Josh Gordon, Brady targeted newly acquired receiver Mohamed Sanu, who caught two receptions for 23 yards in his Patriots debut.[251] With this victory, Patriots head coach Bill Belichick obtained his 300th win.[252]

Week 9: at Baltimore Ravens

Week Nine: New England Patriots at Baltimore Ravens – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Patriots 0 13 7 0 20
Ravens 10 7 7 13 37

at M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, Maryland

  • Date: November 3
  • Game time: 8:20 p.m. EST
  • Game weather: Cloudy, 48 °F (9 °C)
  • Game attendance: 71,157
  • Referee: Carl Cheffers
  • TV announcers (NBC): Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya and Terry McAulay
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The Patriots came into this game 8–0 as one of two undefeated teams in the NFL alongside the San Francisco 49ers. In the first drive of the game, the Ravens converted twice on 3rd down. Seven of the Ravens' plays in their first drive were runs by Lamar Jackson, Mark Ingram, and Gus Edwards. On 3rd down, the Patriots seemingly held the Ravens to a field goal attempt, but a neutral zone infraction by Shilque Calhoun gave the Ravens a first down which then led to a 3-yard rushing touchdown by quarterback Lamar Jackson. On the Patriots' first possession, Tom Brady threw 3 straight incomplete passes which led to a punt. The next drive, the Patriots defense showed improvement, holding the Ravens to a field goal. The Patriots, however, did not improve offensively as they had to punt after a 9-yard sack by Patrick Onwuasor. After the first quarter the Ravens led 10–0.

The next drive was highlighted by a 53-yard run by Mark Ingram, and finished with a 12-yard rushing touchdown by Gus Edwards pushing the Ravens lead to 17–0. The Patriots once again failed to score after another three-and-out, but caught a break after former Patriot Cyrus Jones muffed a punt by Jake Bailey (recovered by newly- acquired special teamer Justin Bethel at the Baltimore 20 yard line). This led to a touchdown by newly-acquired receiver Mohamed Sanu, who become the 74th player to catch a touchdown pass from Tom Brady. After a three-and-out by the Ravens, the Patriots sustained a drive, only to have a holding penalty on Marshall Newhouse and an intentional grounding call lead to a punt. The Patriots were set up in good field position after a fumble recovered by Lawrence Guy at the Ravens' 19 yard line; however, the drive stalled at the 4 yard line. The resulting field goal closed the score to 17-10. After a Ravens punt, the Patriots reached the Baltimore 1 yard line after a touchdown by James White was reversed on replay. Controversially, Patriots coach Belichick chose to kick a field goal on 4th and Goal at the 1, leaving the game 17-13 at the half.

At the start of the 3rd quarter the Patriots advanced to the Baltimore 30 led by receptions of 11 and 15 yards by Mohamed Sanu. A fumble by Julian Edelman was then returned 70 yards by Marlon Humphrey for a touchdown, widening the Ravens' lead to 24–13. The Patriots scored on their next drive on a 4-yard rushing touchdown on 3rd and 3 by James White. However, on the next drive, which lasted 14 plays and took 8:09 off the clock, the Ravens scored again, assisted by 16 and 18 yard receptions by Marquise Brown and Mark Andrews. The drive climaxed in a 5-yard pass to Nick Boyle to make the lead 30–20 (the PAT missed by Justin Tucker).

In the 4th quarter, down two scores, Brady threw an interception to Earl Thomas which ultimately killed any chance of winning for the Patriots. Lamar Jackson ran for a 1-yard touchdown after a 14 play drive, icing the game at 37–20. The game was viewed as an impressive win by the Ravens, with Lamar Jackson becoming a front runner for MVP.

This was the Patriots' first loss since December 16, 2018 against the Pittsburgh Steelers. It was also their first loss to Baltimore since the 2012 AFC Championship Game.

Week 11: at Philadelphia Eagles

Week Eleven: New England Patriots at Philadelphia Eagles – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Patriots 0 9 8 0 17
Eagles 3 7 0 0 10

at Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

  • Date: November 17
  • Game time: 4:25 p.m. EST
  • Game weather: Cloudy, 42 °F (6 °C)
  • Game attendance: 69,796
  • Referee: Bill Vinovich
  • TV announcers (CBS): Jim Nantz, Tony Romo and Tracy Wolfson
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In a rematch of Super Bowl LII, the Patriots won a defensive battle 17–10. Their only touchdown came on a trick play in the third quarter, in which Tom Brady threw a screen pass to Julian Edelman who then proceeded to throw a touchdown pass to Phillip Dorsett. With this win, the Patriots secured a winning season for the 19th year in a row.

Week 12: vs. Dallas Cowboys

Week Twelve: Dallas Cowboys at New England Patriots – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Cowboys 0 6 0 3 9
Patriots 7 3 0 3 13

at Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Massachusetts

  • Date: November 24
  • Game time: 4:25 p.m. EST
  • Game weather: Rain and wind, 38 °F (3 °C)
  • Game attendance: 65,878
  • Referee: Scott Novak
  • TV announcers (Fox): Joe Buck, Troy Aikman and Erin Andrews
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With the win, the Patriots set a new NFL record with 17 consecutive 10-win seasons, surpassing the San Francisco 49ers, who set the original record of 16 consecutive 10-win seasons from 1983–1998. They also defeated all four of their NFC opponents for the first time since 2010.

Week 13: at Houston Texans

Week Thirteen: New England Patriots at Houston Texans – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Patriots 3 0 6 13 22
Texans 7 7 7 7 28

at NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas

  • Date: December 1
  • Game time: 8:20 p.m. EST/7:20 p.m. CST
  • Game weather: None (retractable roof closed)
  • Game attendance: 72,025
  • Referee: Tony Corrente
  • TV announcers (NBC): Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya and Terry McAulay
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This was the Patriots' only game outside of the Eastern Time Zone during the 2019 season, and their first loss to Houston in a decade.

Week 14: vs. Kansas City Chiefs

Week Fourteen: Kansas City Chiefs at New England Patriots – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Chiefs 3 17 3 0 23
Patriots 7 0 6 3 16

at Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Massachusetts

  • Date: December 8
  • Game time: 4:25 p.m. EST
  • Game weather: Cloudy, 32 °F (0 °C)
  • Game attendance: 65,878
  • Referee: Jerome Boger
  • TV announcers (CBS): Jim Nantz, Tony Romo and Tracy Wolfson
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This was the Pats' second loss in a row this season, and their first home loss since October 1, 2017 against the Carolina Panthers. Following the loss, Tom Brady posted "We're on to Cincinnati", referencing Bill Belichick’s famous line from a press conference following a loss in 2014 against the Chiefs, where the Patriots were also scheduled to play the Bengals the following week.[253]

Week 15: at Cincinnati Bengals

Week Fifteen: New England Patriots at Cincinnati Bengals – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Patriots 7 6 14 7 34
Bengals 10 0 0 3 13

at Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, Ohio

Game information

This was the Pats' first win in Cincinnati since 2007, the same year the Pats became the first team to win all regular season games since the league expanded to 16 games in 1978. They also avoided a possible 3-game losing streak for the first time since 2002.

Week 16: vs. Buffalo Bills

Week Sixteen: Buffalo Bills at New England Patriots – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Bills 3 7 7 0 17
Patriots 7 3 3 11 24

at Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Massachusetts

Game information

Despite dominating time of possession in the first half, New England found itself tied with Buffalo by halftime due to a Rex Burkhead fumble on the opening drive and a failed fourth down conversion, which led to points for the Bills. After a back-and-forth third quarter, New England regained the lead as Burkhead scored a go-ahead touchdown with just over 5 minutes to go. Buffalo drove down the field on its final drive, but the Patriots defense stifled Josh Allen and the Bills offense as the drive stalled at the New England 14-yard line. With the win, the Patriots improved to 12–3, clinching the AFC East divisional title for the 11th straight year.[254] This would end up being Tom Brady's final win in a Patriots uniform.

Week 17: vs. Miami Dolphins

Week Seventeen: Miami Dolphins at New England Patriots – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Dolphins 3 7 7 10 27
Patriots 0 10 7 7 24

at Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Massachusetts

  • Date: December 29
  • Game time: 1:00 p.m. EST
  • Game weather: Partly cloudy, 43 °F (6 °C)
  • Game attendance: 65,878
  • Referee: Clay Martin
  • TV announcers (CBS): Greg Gumbel, Trent Green and Melanie Collins
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This was Dolphins head coach Brian Flores' first return to Gillette Stadium since leaving the Patriots following the win in Super Bowl LIII. Flores served 15 years as a scout and assistant to Bill Belichick. This was the Pats' first loss to Miami at home since 2008, which was also the last season the Patriots failed to win their division or make the playoffs. With the loss, coupled with a Kansas City Chiefs win, the Patriots failed to earn a first-round bye in the AFC playoffs for the first time since 2009. This was the only game all season in which the Patriots defense allowed 300 yards passing. This also ended up being quarterback Tom Brady's last regular season game in a Patriots uniform, as he announced on March 17, 2020 that he would leave the Patriots after 20 years with the team and subsequently signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers the same day.

Standings

Division

AFC East
W L T PCT DIV CONF PF PA STK
(3) New England Patriots 12 4 0 .750 5–1 8–4 420 225 L1
(5) Buffalo Bills 10 6 0 .625 3–3 7–5 314 259 L2
New York Jets 7 9 0 .438 2–4 4–8 276 359 W2
Miami Dolphins 5 11 0 .313 2–4 4–8 306 494 W2

Conference

AFC
# Team Division W L T PCT DIV CONF SOS SOV STK
Division leaders
1 Baltimore Ravens North 14 2 0 .875 5–1 10–2 .494 .484 W12
2[a] Kansas City Chiefs West 12 4 0 .750 6–0 9–3 .510 .477 W6
3[a] New England Patriots East 12 4 0 .750 5–1 8–4 .469 .411 L1
4 Houston Texans South 10 6 0 .625 4–2 8–4 .520 .488 L1
Wild Cards
5 Buffalo Bills East 10 6 0 .625 3–3 7–5 .461 .363 L2
6 Tennessee Titans South 9 7 0 .563 3–3 7–5 .488 .465 W1
Did not qualify for the playoffs
7 Pittsburgh Steelers North 8 8 0 .500 3–3 6–6 .502 .324 L3
8[b][c] Denver Broncos West 7 9 0 .438 3–3 6–6 .510 .406 W2
9[c][d][e] Oakland Raiders West 7 9 0 .438 3–3 5–7 .482 .335 L1
10[b][d][e] Indianapolis Colts South 7 9 0 .438 3–3 5–7 .492 .500 L1
11[b][d] New York Jets East 7 9 0 .438 2–4 4–8 .473 .402 W2
12[f] Jacksonville Jaguars South 6 10 0 .375 2–4 6–6 .484 .406 W1
13[f] Cleveland Browns North 6 10 0 .375 3–3 6–6 .533 .479 L3
14[g] Los Angeles Chargers West 5 11 0 .313 0–6 3–9 .514 .488 L3
15[g] Miami Dolphins East 5 11 0 .313 2–4 4–8 .484 .463 W2
16 Cincinnati Bengals North 2 14 0 .125 1–5 2–10 .553 .406 W1
Tiebreakers[h]
  1. ^ a b Kansas City finished ahead of New England based on head-to-head victory.
  2. ^ a b c Denver finished ahead of Indianapolis and NY Jets based on conference record. Division tiebreak was initially used to eliminate Oakland (see below).
  3. ^ a b Denver finished ahead of Oakland based on conference record.
  4. ^ a b c Oakland and Indianapolis finished ahead of NY Jets based on conference record.
  5. ^ a b Oakland finished ahead of Indianapolis based on head-to-head victory.
  6. ^ a b Jacksonville finished ahead of Cleveland based on record against common opponents. Jacksonville's cumulative record against Cincinnati, Denver, NY Jets, and Tennessee was 4–1, compared to Cleveland's 2–3 cumulative record against the same four teams.
  7. ^ a b LA Chargers finished ahead of Miami based on head-to-head victory.
  8. ^ When breaking ties for three or more teams under the NFL's rules, they are first broken within divisions, then comparing only the highest ranked remaining team from each division.

Postseason

Schedule

Round Date Opponent (seed) Result Record Venue NFL.com
recap
Wild Card January 4, 2020 Tennessee Titans (6) L 13–20 0–1 Gillette Stadium Recap

Game summaries

AFC Wild Card Playoffs: vs. (#6) Tennessee Titans

AFC Wild Card Playoffs: (#6) Tennessee Titans at (#3) New England Patriots – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Titans 7 7 0 6 20
Patriots 3 10 0 0 13

at Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Massachusetts

Game information

With the loss, the Patriots failed to repeat as Super Bowl Champions, a feat that had not been achieved since their 2004 repeat. They also failed to return to the AFC Championship game for the first time since 2010. It was also their first loss to the Titans at home since 1993, when the Titans were still the Houston Oilers. This was Tom Brady's last game with the Patriots, as he signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in free agency after the season.

Awards and honors

Recipient Award(s)
Jake Bailey Week 3: AFC Special Teams Player of the Week[255]
Week 11: AFC Special Teams Player of the Week[256]
Stephon Gilmore October: AFC Defensive Player of the Month[257]
Devin McCourty September: AFC Defensive Player of the Month[258]
Matthew Slater Week 12: AFC Special Teams Player of the Week[259]
Kyle Van Noy 2019 New England Patriots Ron Burton Community Service Award[260]
Week 4: AFC Defensive Player of the Week[261]
Chase Winovich Week 2: Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Week[262]

Videotaping controversy

During the December 8 game between the Cincinnati Bengals and Cleveland Browns, the Patriots are alleged to have spied on the Bengals' sideline. The Patriots, who were scheduled to play the Bengals the following week, sent a video team to Cleveland to film a documentary of an advance scout, part of the "Do Your Job" series on the Patriots' website. This video contractor was given media credentials by the Browns, but the Bengals and NFL were not made aware of the presence of the Patriots' video crew.[263]

According to ESPN's Dianna Russini, a Bengals staffer spotted the Patriots.com cameraman and proceeded to observe what he was doing. Allegedly, the cameraman proceeded to point his camera at the Bengals coaching staff and sideline for essentially the entire quarter. The Bengals employee reported him to media relations, who reported him to security; security then seized the film and leaked it to Jay Glazer, who made the footage public. The NFL has launched an investigation into these allegations.[264] This was the second time the current Patriots administration had been embroiled in an unauthorized videotaping scandal, following the Spygate controversy in 2007.

As a result, the Patriots were fined $1.1 million and lost a 2021 3rd-round draft pick.[265]

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