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Best Of Social Media: The New England Patriots Celebrate Valentines Day

Robert Alvarez
February 14, 2019 at 3:40 pm ET

Love is in the air across Patriot Nation.

Check out all of the best social media postings from current and former Patriots to their loved ones on Valentines Day, including a funny feature from Super Bowl week with James White.

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Forever mine, my valentine @shelbywaddle ❤❤❤

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Best Of Social Media: The New England Patriots Honor Veterans Day

Robert Alvarez
November 12, 2018 at 7:45 pm ET

As Veterans Day arrived on Sunday, current and former members of the New England Patriots made sure to thank the true Patriots of the United States through a variety of social media tributes to those who serve.



November is Salute To Service month across the NFL as all teams honor and support veterans of the United States Armed Forces, for more information check out nfl.com/salute.

Best Of Social Media: The Patriots React To Red Sox Winning The World Series

Robert Alvarez
October 29, 2018 at 9:57 pm ET

On Sunday night, the Boston Red Sox clinched the 2018 World Series championship in game five against the Los Angeles Dodgers by a final score of 5-1.

Throughout the game, current and former members of the New England Patriots showed off their support over social media.

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Do Damage. Go Sox.

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ICYMI: The New England Patriots Reflect Back On September 11th Anniversary

Robert Alvarez
September 12, 2018 at 4:28 pm ET

Tuesday marked the 17th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks in New York City, Washington DC, and Western Pennsylvania.

Current and former members of the New England Patriots took time to reflect back, honor rand remember those lost on that tragic day with personal social media messages and photographs.




Best Of Social Media: The New England Patriots Celebrate Thanksgiving

Robert Alvarez
November 23, 2017 at 8:00 pm ET

As the New England Patriots prepare for their Week 12 matchup with the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, the team took a break from the action of the football season to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday. Many current and former Patriots took to social media to share well wishes to fans as they spent time with their families this evening.


Our biscuit master Mr @tombrady and his pupil❤

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Best Of Social Media: The New England Patriots Remember September 11th 2001

Robert Alvarez
September 13, 2017 at 9:51 am ET

Monday marked the 16th anniversary of the September 11th attacks on the United States, and to remember and honor those who perished on that fateful day, many current and former members of the New England Patriots took to their social media accounts with personal tributes and reflections.

An infinite thank you to all of you heroes on this day, September 11, to remember forever!

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United we stand #neverforget #9/11 #america

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Social Media Reacts To Julian Edelman’s Season-Ending Injury

Robert Alvarez
August 27, 2017 at 8:41 pm ET

The news of New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman tearing his ACL rocked Patriots Nation, his teammates and the NFL this weekend.

Following developments that Edelman would in fact miss the entire 2017 NFL season to recover, many current, former and other players from around the league took to their social media accounts to wish him well and a speedy recovery into 2018.



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Even the Boston Police department shared a get well message, as “Chip and Dale” will be unable to fight crime together this season.

Best Of Social Media: Vince Wilfork Retires From The NFL

Robert Alvarez
August 10, 2017 at 9:40 am ET

On Wednesday, former New England Patriots nose tackle Vince Wilfork officially called it a career, signing a ceremonial one-day contact with the team making him “a Patriot for life” according to owner Robert Kraft.

Many of Wilfork’s old teammates paid tribute to him with emotional social media postings wishing him well into the next chapter of his life.


goodnight sweet vince #airwilfork #retirement

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The Massachusetts State Police also shared a thank you to Wilfork, in case you may have forgotten his heroics of the field following the 2014 AFC Championship game.


Best of Social Media: Week 13 Rams vs Patriots

Robert Alvarez
December 6, 2016 at 10:00 am ET

Heading into their Week 13 match up with the Los Angeles Rams, the New England Patriots were seeking their 14th consecutive 10-win season and one step closer to locking up another AFC East title.

The Patriots received the ball first to open up the game, and not even four minutes into the first quarter they jumped out to an early 7-0 lead following LeGarrette Blount’s longest run of the season, on fourth down no less.

For the first time since October 23rd, the Patriots finally recorded an interception, and who better to do it than Malcolm Butler?

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After one quarter of play, the Patriots still lead 7-0.

The Patriots had the ball to open the second quarter, and Brady drove the Patriots down inside the Rams 20 yard line setting up this beautiful tip-toe touchdown by Chris Hogan.

The Patriots defense smothered Rams rookie quarterback Jared Goff as cornerback Logan Ryan recorded his first sack since 2013.


Another week of questionable NFL officiating following this controversial facemask non-call.

FOX Cameras captured this Matt Patricia twin in the Gillette Stadium stands.

Kicker Stephen Gostkowski would tack on a 28-yard field goal and the Patriots went into halftime with a 17-0 lead.

In honor of the Patriots 15th anniversary of the 2001 Super Bowl XXXVI championship, members of the team returned to Foxboro for a special halftime ceremony.


Troy Brown took to the podium and delivered a heartfelt statement for the ages, echoing Red Sox legend David Ortiz’s famous marathon speech.


You can checkout the full halftime ceremony at this link HERE on the Patriots website.

With the second half underway, the game didn’t get any easier for Rams head coach Jeff Fisher. Seeking to challenge a catch, he struggled to find his red flag buried within his coat.

Fisher would ultimately win the challenge, but it would only lead to a field goal. Rams still trailed 17-3.

The Patriots would get the ball back, and “Minitron” Julian Edelman hauled in this 32 yard pass from Brady following an incredible dodge of the pass rush.

It was a long afternoon for the Rams.

In the fourth quarter the Patriots were unable to find the end zone, but kicker Stephen Gostkowski had a terrific performance making all four field goal attempts, three of them from over 45 yards.

The Rams would tack on a garbage time touchdown with under four minutes to play but the Patriots would walk away with their tenth win of the season by a final score of 26-10.

Posted by Tom Brady on Sunday, December 4, 2016

Career victory number 201 for quarterback Tom Brady, the most all-time.



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Great team win today fellas!!! #Blessed

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