When you put one of the NFL's most exciting teams inside an extraordinary stadium, fireworks are bound to happen. So come witness The Brady Bunch bring the crowd to their feet inside spectacular Gillette Stadium and show why they're poised to bring home their fourth Super Bowl in style.
The race for Patriots tickets is on in New England with the Pats returning to Foxborough for another season of gridiron drama. The stalwart AFC East combatants have experienced unprecedented success in the National Football League, advancing to the playoffs year after year after year. New England Patriots tickets have been the toughest tickets in the Boston Metropolitan area to land since the partnership of head coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady first led New England to Super Bowl glory. Vivid Seats is your online avenue to cheap Patriots tickets to every game on the 2013 New England Patriots schedule! Review the following ticket-buying points to make the best purchase possible.
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Patriots Sign Amendola to Replace Welker for 2013 Season
New England Patriots fans likely were stunned when Pro Bowl wide receiver Wes Welker jumped ship to join Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos, but they quickly found a more than capable replacement in former St. Louis Rams star, Danny Amendola. The 27-year-old receiver signed a five-year, $31 million contract, and with his noted penchant for eluding tacklers and playmaking ability in the slot position, he should quickly become one of QB Tom Brady’s top targets. Despite playing in only 11 games due to injury in 2012, Amendola had 63 receptions for 666 yards and three touchdowns. With a clean bill of health, experience playing under Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, and a future Hall of Fame QB throwing him the ball, the Patriots are justified in their high hopes for Amendola going into 2013.
Be there when the season sets sail with a purchase of Patriots tickets for the season opener on the road against the Buffalo Bills on Sept. 8, or reserve a spot at Gillette Stadium for the first home contest of the year versus the rival New York Jets on Sept. 12. Thankfully, the Patriots 2013 schedule is laden with quality matchups all year long, including games against the Atlanta Falcons (Sept. 29), New Orleans Saints (Oct. 13), Miami Dolphins (Oct. 27), and Pittsburgh Steelers (Nov. 3). The Pats’ BYE is during Week 10, and on Nov. 24, they’ll host Welker, Manning, and the Denver Broncos in what should be one of the highlights of the NFL season. To round out the year, New England will hit the road for games against AFC juggernauts like the Houston Texans (Dec. 1) and Baltimore Ravens (Dec. 22), before bookending the season at home game against the Bills on Dec. 29.