In football, every position counts to the success of the game. All positions work collectively towards the wins of accolades. The Best New England patriots of all time on this list are selected based on their immersed efforts for championships.

Who Are The Best 5 Players?


Thomas Edward Patrick Brady Jr. (August 3, 1977), San Mateo, California, United S States is a former American football quarterback who played in the National Football League for 22 seasons.

He spent his first 20 seasons with the New England Patriots, where he was a central contributor to the franchise’s dynasty from 2001 to 2019.

Brady was is the Greatest Player in the team’s history. Brady is always the best quarterback of all time. With three Super Bowl wins, a perfect regular season, an NFL-record 50 touchdown passes in a single season, and a career rating of 93.5

Brady had the best winning percentage of any QB in the Super Bowl era and the best TD:INT ratio of any QB ever.

He is the face of the team’s 2000s dynasty and the biggest reason for its turnaround following a 5-11 season in 2000. He won titles with little to no help from his receivers and made pedestrian players like David Patten, David Givens and Deion Branch look like superstars.

To conclude, the patriots can’t make it without the help of Brady in winning a single Super Bowl.


John was born on April 4, 1951 Canton, Georgia, United States.John Allen Hannah, nicknamed “Hog”, is an American former football guard who played in the National Football League for 13 seasons with the New England Patriots.

He played college football at Alabama, where he twice received All-American honors, and was selected fourth overall by the Patriots in the 1973 NFL Draft. He made history for the NFL.

Hannah was a rock on the line for New England for 13 seasons. John was praised for been the best offensive lineman in the history of the NFL. He played 13seasons and become the roockie on the line.

He was named to nine Pro Bowls, the most in team history, and seven All-Pro teams, also the most in team history. He made eight straight Pro Bowls from 1978-1985 and until fairly recently was the only player in the Hall of Fame who played exclusively for the Patriots.


Andre Bernard Tippett Sr. is an American former professional football player who was an All-Pro linebacker in the National Football League for 11 seasons from 1982 to 1993, missing all of the 1989 season with an ACL injury.

Tippett was born on December 27, 1959, Birmingham, Alabama, United States. He attended Barringer High School, Ellsworth Community College and furthered his education at University of Iowa

Andre was the franchise leader in sacks (100) and fumble recoveries (19) and was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2008. He played 11 seasons with the Patriots, making five straight Pro Bowls from 1984-88, twice named first team All-Pro. He was induced into the Hall of Fame in 2008.

He had 18.5 sacks in ’84, a franchise record, and added another 16.5 the following season. He is without a doubt the best pass rusher, playmaker and overall defensive presence in team history.


Michael James Haynes is an American former professional football player who was a cornerback in the National Football League for the New England Patriots. He used his speed, quickness and range to become both a premier defensive back and an outstanding punt return specialist.

Mike was inducted into the Hall of Fame in the year 1997. Mike was born in one of America’s States (Dension, Texas)

Haynes electrified the NFL as a cover corner and return man, a la Deion Sanders. Fans from a Way back in his days, older generation fans finds his talent interesting to watch and move along with.

They say there wasn’t a receiver in the league who could outrun him or a quarterback in the league who could throw on him. They may be right.

In seven seasons with the Patriots, Haynes made six Pro Bowls. The only year he didn’t was in 1981, when he only played eight games due to injury.  He made the Pro Bowl in 1980 with just one interception, simply because teams knew better than to throw in his direction.


Stanley Douglas Morgan (February 17,1955) in Easley, United States. Morgan is an American former football player who was a wide receiver in the National Football League for the New England Patriots and Indianapolis Colts. Stanley had 10,716 receiving yards.

From 1977-1989, Stanley played 13 seasons and made four Pro Bowls. He is the all-time franchise leader in receiving yards (10,352), yards per catch (19.4) and touchdowns (67) and is second in receptions.

His YPC average shows that, as crazy as it sounds, he was an even better deep threat than Moss. Stanley earned his spot in the Patriots Hall of Fame.


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