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Date Posted: 22:19:07 01/01/17 Sun
Author: MICEAHL COLLINS (new england patriots)
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HELLO MY NAME IS MICEAHL COLLINS CAN YOU MAKE A NEW new england patriots football helmets logos 971 New England Patriots season
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
1971 New England Patriots season
Head coach John Mazur
General manager Upton Bell
Owner Billy Sullivan
Home field Schaefer Stadium
Results
Record 68
Division place T-3rd AFC East
Playoff finish did not qualify
Pro Bowlers none
AP All-Pros none
Uniform
AFC-1971-Uniform-NE.PNG
← 1970 (Boston) Patriots seasons 1972 →
The 1971 season New England Patriots season was the team's twelfth, and second in the National Football League. The 1971 season was the first that the team played as the New England Patriots, changing their name from the Boston Patriots, briefly to the Bay State Patriots before changing it again to the New England Patriots, in an effort to regionalize the franchise's equal distance from Boston and Providence.[1]

The Patriots finished the season with a record of six wins and eight losses, and finished third in the AFC East Division. It was the first season the Patriots played in Schaeffer Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts after playing in three different stadiums the previous three seasons in Boston.

During training camp, the Dallas Cowboys traded disgruntled running back Duane Thomas to the Patriots for Carl Garrett and Halvor Hagen. Thomas became embroiled in a conflict with coach John Mazur, prompting Patriots general manager Upton Bell to request that Commissioner Pete Rozelle void the trade three days after it had been made. Rozelle granted Bell's request, and the traded players returned to where they had been prior to the deal.

Contents [hide]
1 Staff
2 Regular season
2.1 Schedule
2.2 Standings
3 Roster
4 References
Staff[edit]
New England Patriots 1971 staff
Front Office
President Billy Sullivan
General Manager Upton Bell
Assistant General Manager Peter Hadhazy
Director of Player Personnel Bucko Kilroy
Director of Pro Scouting Rommie Loudd
Head Coaches
Head Coach John Mazur
Offensive Coaches
Offensive Backs/Receivers Sam Rutigliano
Receivers Jerry Stoltz
Offensive Line Bruce Beatty

Defensive Coaches
Defensive Line Dick Evans
Linebackers John Meyer
Defensive Backfield Tom Fletcher
Regular season[edit]
Schedule[edit]
Week Date Opponent Result Game site Record Attendance
PF PA Rst
1 September 19 Oakland Raiders 20 6 W Schaeffer Stadium 10 55,405
2 September 26 Detroit Lions 7 34 L Schaeffer Stadium 11 61,057
3 October 3 Baltimore Colts 3 23 L Schaeffer Stadium 12 61,232
4 October 10 New York Jets 20 0 W Schaeffer Stadium 22 61,357
5 October 17 at Miami Dolphins 3 41 L Miami Orange Bowl 23 58,822
6 October 24 at Dallas Cowboys 21 44 L Texas Stadium 24 65,708
7 October 31 at San Francisco 49ers 10 27 L Candlestick Park 25 45,092
8 November 7 Houston Oilers 28 20 W Schaeffer Stadium 35 53,155
9 November 14 Buffalo Bills 38 33 W Schaeffer Stadium 45 57,446
10 November 21 at Cleveland Browns 7 27 L Cleveland Municipal Stadium 46 65,238
11 November 28 at Buffalo Bills 20 27 L War Memorial Stadium 47 27,166
12 December 5 Miami Dolphins 34 13 W Schaeffer Stadium 57 61,457
13 December 12 at New York Jets 6 13 L Shea Stadium 58 63,175
14 December 19 at Baltimore Colts 21 17 W Memorial Stadium 68 57,942
Standings[edit]
AFC East
view talk edit W L T PCT DIV CONF PF PA STK
Miami Dolphins 10 3 1 .769 53 731 315 174 W1
Baltimore Colts 10 4 0 .714 62 83 313 140 L1
New England Patriots 6 8 0 .429 44 65 238 325 W1
New York Jets 6 8 0 .429 44 65 212 299 W2
Buffalo Bills 1 13 0 .071 17 110 184 394 L3
Note: Tie games were not officially counted in the standings until 1972. [2]

Roster[edit]
All of the following players appeared in at least one game for the 1971 New England Patriots.

Name Position Notes
Randy Vataha WR
Jim Plunkett QB
Jim Nance RB
Carl Garrett RB
Tom Neville Tackle
Bill Lenkaitis C
Julius Adams DE
Tom Beer TE
Ron Berger DE
Randy Beverly CB
Hubie Bryant WR
James Cheyunski LB
Bob Gladieux WR
Charlie Gogolak K
Rickie Harris S
Tom Janik P
Odell Lawson RB
Jack Maitland RB
Mike Montler Tackle
Ed Philpott LB
David Rowe DT
Dennis Wirgowski DT
Don Webb S
Al Sykes WR
Ron Sellers WR
John Outlaw DB
Steve Kiner DB
Reggie Rucker WR
Halvor Hagen OT
Bob Gladieux RB
Eric Crabtree WR
Phil Clark DB
Roland Moss TE
Houston Antwine DE
References[edit]
Jump up ^ New England Is Their Third Name
Jump up ^ NFL 2001 Record and Fact Book, Workman Publishing Co, New York,NY, ISBN 0-7611-2480-2, p. 297
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New England Pittsburgh San Diego St. Louis Minnesota San Francisco
NY Jets Washington
1971 NFL Draft NFL Playoffs Pro Bowl Super Bowl VI


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[> Re: new england patriots -- No name, 22:58:44 01/08/17 Sun (172.8.192.239)

Just sayin, sometimes Wikipedia is not the most reliable source and that all can edit in what they think is right regardless of sources or not.

Not being negative, just pointing that out.

>HELLO MY NAME IS MICEAHL COLLINS CAN YOU MAKE A NEW
>new england patriots football helmets logos 971 New
>England Patriots season
>From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
>1971 New England Patriots season
>Head coach John Mazur
>General manager Upton Bell
>Owner Billy Sullivan
>Home field Schaefer Stadium
>Results
>Record 68
>Division place T-3rd AFC East
>Playoff finish did not qualify
>Pro Bowlers none
>AP All-Pros none
>Uniform
>AFC-1971-Uniform-NE.PNG
>← 1970 (Boston) Patriots seasons 1972 →
>The 1971 season New England Patriots season was the
>team's twelfth, and second in the National Football
>League. The 1971 season was the first that the team
>played as the New England Patriots, changing their
>name from the Boston Patriots, briefly to the Bay
>State Patriots before changing it again to the New
>England Patriots, in an effort to regionalize the
>franchise's equal distance from Boston and
>Providence.[1]
>
>The Patriots finished the season with a record of six
>wins and eight losses, and finished third in the AFC
>East Division. It was the first season the Patriots
>played in Schaeffer Stadium in Foxborough,
>Massachusetts after playing in three different
>stadiums the previous three seasons in Boston.
>
>During training camp, the Dallas Cowboys traded
>disgruntled running back Duane Thomas to the Patriots
>for Carl Garrett and Halvor Hagen. Thomas became
>embroiled in a conflict with coach John Mazur,
>prompting Patriots general manager Upton Bell to
>request that Commissioner Pete Rozelle void the trade
>three days after it had been made. Rozelle granted
>Bell's request, and the traded players returned to
>where they had been prior to the deal.
>
>Contents [hide]
>1 Staff
>2 Regular season
>2.1 Schedule
>2.2 Standings
>3 Roster
>4 References
>Staff[edit]
>New England Patriots 1971 staff
>Front Office
>President Billy Sullivan
>General Manager Upton Bell
>Assistant General Manager Peter Hadhazy
>Director of Player Personnel Bucko Kilroy
>Director of Pro Scouting Rommie Loudd
>Head Coaches
>Head Coach John Mazur
>Offensive Coaches
>Offensive Backs/Receivers Sam Rutigliano
>Receivers Jerry Stoltz
>Offensive Line Bruce Beatty
>
>Defensive Coaches
>Defensive Line Dick Evans
>Linebackers John Meyer
>Defensive Backfield Tom Fletcher
>Regular season[edit]
>Schedule[edit]
>Week Date Opponent Result Game site Record Attendance
>PF PA Rst
>1 September 19 Oakland Raiders 20 6 W Schaeffer
>Stadium 10 55,405
>2 September 26 Detroit Lions 7 34 L Schaeffer Stadium
>11 61,057
>3 October 3 Baltimore Colts 3 23 L Schaeffer Stadium
>12 61,232
>4 October 10 New York Jets 20 0 W Schaeffer Stadium
>22 61,357
>5 October 17 at Miami Dolphins 3 41 L Miami Orange
>Bowl 23 58,822
>6 October 24 at Dallas Cowboys 21 44 L Texas Stadium
>24 65,708
>7 October 31 at San Francisco 49ers 10 27 L
>Candlestick Park 25 45,092
>8 November 7 Houston Oilers 28 20 W Schaeffer Stadium
>35 53,155
>9 November 14 Buffalo Bills 38 33 W Schaeffer Stadium
>45 57,446
>10 November 21 at Cleveland Browns 7 27 L Cleveland
>Municipal Stadium 46 65,238
>11 November 28 at Buffalo Bills 20 27 L War Memorial
>Stadium 47 27,166
>12 December 5 Miami Dolphins 34 13 W Schaeffer Stadium
>57 61,457
>13 December 12 at New York Jets 6 13 L Shea Stadium
>58 63,175
>14 December 19 at Baltimore Colts 21 17 W Memorial
>Stadium 68 57,942
>Standings[edit]
>AFC East
>view talk edit W L T PCT DIV CONF PF PA STK
>Miami Dolphins 10 3 1 .769 53 731 315 174 W1
>Baltimore Colts 10 4 0 .714 62 83 313 140 L1
>New England Patriots 6 8 0 .429 44 65 238 325 W1
>New York Jets 6 8 0 .429 44 65 212 299 W2
>Buffalo Bills 1 13 0 .071 17 110 184 394 L3
>Note: Tie games were not officially counted in the
>standings until 1972. [2]
>
>Roster[edit]
>All of the following players appeared in at least one
>game for the 1971 New England Patriots.
>
>Name Position Notes
>Randy Vataha WR
>Jim Plunkett QB
>Jim Nance RB
>Carl Garrett RB
>Tom Neville Tackle
>Bill Lenkaitis C
>Julius Adams DE
>Tom Beer TE
>Ron Berger DE
>Randy Beverly CB
>Hubie Bryant WR
>James Cheyunski LB
>Bob Gladieux WR
>Charlie Gogolak K
>Rickie Harris S
>Tom Janik P
>Odell Lawson RB
>Jack Maitland RB
>Mike Montler Tackle
>Ed Philpott LB
>David Rowe DT
>Dennis Wirgowski DT
>Don Webb S
>Al Sykes WR
>Ron Sellers WR
>John Outlaw DB
>Steve Kiner DB
>Reggie Rucker WR
>Halvor Hagen OT
>Bob Gladieux RB
>Eric Crabtree WR
>Phil Clark DB
>Roland Moss TE
>Houston Antwine DE
>References[edit]
>Jump up ^ New England Is Their Third Name
>Jump up ^ NFL 2001 Record and Fact Book, Workman
>Publishing Co, New York,NY, ISBN 0-7611-2480-2, p. 297
>[show] v t e
>New England Patriots
>[show] v t e
>Boston / New England Patriots seasons
>[hide] v t e
>1971 NFL season
>AFC East Central West East Central West NFC
>Baltimore Cincinnati Denver Dallas Chicago Atlanta
>Buffalo Cleveland Kansas City NY Giants Detroit Los
>Angeles
>Miami Houston Oakland Philadelphia Green Bay New
>Orleans
>New England Pittsburgh San Diego St. Louis Minnesota
>San Francisco
>NY Jets Washington
>1971 NFL Draft NFL Playoffs Pro Bowl Super Bowl VI
>
>
>Stub icon This article relating to an American
>football season is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by
>expanding it.
>Flag of MassachusettsSport icon This article related
>to sports in Massachusetts is a stub. You can help
>Wikipedia by expanding it.
>Categories: 1971 National Football League season by
>teamNew England Patriots seasons1971 in
>MassachusettsAmerican football season
>stubsMassachusetts sport stubs AND MORE Robert Griffin
>III

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