Why The New England Patriots

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Sticks and stones may break their bones. However words, scandals, and sheer hate cannot keep a good team down. I have been a fan of the New England Patriots for a while now and I am in no way tired of supporting the number one team in the American Football Conference. Unfortunately, not everyone feels the same way I do. As great as we may be, there is a team that is on our heels vying for our coveted spot. The Denver Broncos. The topic I chose for my research paper was instinctive once I saw the option. I have plenty to say about the sports dynasty. My overall paper will focus on why I prefer them over the Denver Broncos, and why others should do the same. I will effectively talk about the process of making a great team while explaining the cause and effect of determination. I will include comparison and contrasts as well as Division and Classification. All of these areas will further emphasize why the New England Patriots are the best team in the National Football League.
The Patriots have not always been the winningest and most hated organization in NFL, nor has Tom Brady always been the superstar Quarterback that he is today. The birth of the team many of us love today was in 2001. Bill Belichick became Head Coach and turned the Patriots into a well-oiled machine. It has been said that he treats everyone the same, no matter their “Star” status. He requires everyone to be in attendance and on time to practice and team meetings. If you miss either without an excused

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