New England Patriots vs. Cleveland Browns Tickets
About New England Patriots vs. Cleveland Browns
Separated only by their divisions, the Cleveland Browns and the New England Patriots are members of the same conference. Both teams are part of the American Football Conference but the Browns play in the North Division and the Patriots are in the East Division. Even though the Cleveland Browns have more League Championships than the Patriots, the last time the Browns won the league, it was 1964. While the New England Patriots, on the other hand, won their last Super Bowl in 2016.
As such, the Cleveland Browns and the New England Patriots do not have a rivalry – 2002 was the last time the Browns made it to the playoffs – Still games between these two teams are exciting to watch.
Here are a couple of memorable moments between the Patriots and the Browns
Browns vs. Patriots – Memorable Moments
Brady’s Worst Performance – Even though the Patriots won this game against the Browns 27-16, on December 9, 2001, Tom Brady gave his worst performance against the Cleveland Browns. At
Browns Fight Back –The November 7, 2010, game between the Browns and the Patriots holds a special place for Cleveland fans. The last time the Browns had won a game against the Patriots was way back in 2000. It had been a decade of losses against the Patriots for the Browns. However, on this day at the Cleveland Browns Stadium in front sixty six thousand fans, the Browns defeated the reigning AFC East Champions 34-14. Place kicker Phil Dawson, Right Back Peyton Hills, Wide Receiver Chansi Stuckey and Quarter Back Colt McCoy took on the mighty Patriots and broke their ten year win streak.
Patriots Browns Head to Head Record
Here is the head to head record for the Cleveland Browns against the New England Patriots
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Surprisingly, the Cleveland Browns lead the head to head record against the New England Patriots by one game. The two teams have met once in the playoffs in the 1995 Wild Card game which the Browns won 20-13.
The Legends behind the Patriots and the Browns
Tom Brady is the first name that comes up when talking about the greatest Patriots. With five Super Bowl Championships and 12 Pro Bowl picks, Brady is perhaps the greatest Quarterback the NFL has ever seen. Next up is Wide Receiver Julian Edelman. He has two Super Bowl Championships with 425 receptions and 4,450 receiving yards. Tight End Rob Gronkowski who, along with two Super Bowl Championships, has 405 receptions, 6,095 receiving yards and 68 receiving touchdowns.
As for the Cleveland Browns, their greatest list starts with quarterback Otto Graham. He was a three time NFL Champion, five time Pro Bowl pick and four time First Team All Pro. Fullback Jim Brown is another player who helped the franchise. Brown was an NFL Champion in 1964, nine time Pro Bowl pick and an eight time First Team All Pro. And rounding off the list for the Browns is Quarterback Brian Sipe. He was the NFL MVP in 1980 and as well as the AFC’s Offensive Player of the Year.
Catch the Browns and the Patriots in Action!
This upcoming season will definitely have some exciting Browns Patriots games. To catch the action, make sure you get Cleveland Browns vs. New England Patriots tickets. You can get the best deal by first checking the Cleveland Browns schedule and the New England Patriots schedule. Also go through the FirstEnergy Stadium seating charts and Gillette Stadium seating charts. Once you know which seats to get, buy cheap Cleveland Browns vs. New England Patriots tickets from here.