Patriots to Hold Super Bowl Send-Off Rally at Gillette Stadium

Thursday, January 24, 2019
GoLocalWorcester Sports Team

Patriots to hold Super Bowl Send Off Rally
The New England Patriots have announced details for their Super Bowl send-off rally that will take place on Sunday morning, January 27, inside of Gillette Stadium. 

Gates for the rally open at 8 a.m. with the program beginning around 10 a.m.

New England is going back to the Super Bowl for the third straight time and fourth time in last five years after beating the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship on Sunday.

They will face the Los Angeles Rams in the Super Bowl on February 3 in Atlanta.

The Rally 

The rally will feature live music from Blue Man Group, a performance from the cheerleaders and giveaways for fans in attendance.

Patriots head coach Bill Belichick and co-captains Tom Brady, David Andrews, Patrick Chung, Devin McCourty, Matthew Slater, and James White will address the crowd.

Team buses leave Gillette Stadium for T.F. Green Airport around noon time. 

The Schedule is as follows:

  • 8:00 AM – Patriot Place Gate Opens
  • 8:30 AM – Entertainment Begins
  • 10:00 AM – Blue Man Group performs
  • 10:30 AM – Speaking program begins
  • 11:45 AM – Program ends
  • 12:01 PM – Team Buses roll down East Road (for fans to view)
  • Tom Brady’s Record 9th Super Bowl

    XXXVI: Patriots 20, Rams 17

    XXXVIII: Patriots 32, Panthers 29

    XXXIX: Patriots 24, Eagles 21

    XLII: Giants 17, Patriots 14

    XLVI: Giants 21, Patriots 17

    XLIX: Patriots 28, Seahawks 24

    LI: Patriots 34, Falcons 28 (OT)

    LII: Eagles 41, Patriots 33 

    LIII: Patriots vs. Rams (Feb. 3, 2019)

     
  • Tom Brady’s Big Awards

    14 Pro Bowls

    Five All-Pro selections

    Three MVP awards

    Two Offensive Player of the Year awards

    Comeback Player of the Year

     
  • Tom Brady’s Last 16 Playoff Games Are Nearly an MVP Season

    W-L                    12-4

    Pass Yards         5,284

    TD-Int                 32-14

     
  • Brady in the Clutch

    Game-winning drives: The Patriots haven’t always needed Brady to rescue them, but he’s always up to the task when the time calls for Touchdown Tom. He needs just two more to tie Manning’s 56 and three more to pass him. Brady averages about two or three a year, so he could realistically top Manning in 2018.

    Source: SB Nation

     
  • NFL Records Owned by Brady

    Regular season wins by a starting quarterback (207)
    Most passing yards, regular season and playoffs (81,431)
    Most passing touchdowns, postseason included: 590
    Most touchdowns thrown to different receivers (71)
    Division titles (16)
    Playoff games started (39)
    Playoff wins (29)
    Playoff touchdown passes (73)
    Playoff passing yards (10,917)
    Super Bowl appearances (9)
    Super Bowl wins (5)
    Super Bowl MVPs (4)
    Super Bowl touchdown passes (18)
    Super Bowl passing yards (2,576)

    Source: SB Nation

     
  • The NFL’s Highest-Paid Players 2018 — Forbes

    Tom Brady is the 8th highest compensated player currently in the NFL -- for both salary and endorsements.

    1. Aaron Rodgers

    Total Earnings: $75.9 million

    Salary/bonuses: $66.9 million

    Endorsements: $9 million

     

    2. Matt Ryan

    Total Earnings: $57.5 million

    Salary/bonuses: $52.5 million

    Endorsements: $5 million

     

    3. Jimmy Garoppolo

    Total Earnings: $43.1 million

    Salary/bonuses: $42.6 million

    Endorsements: $500,000

     

    4. Khalil Mack

    Total Earnings: $41.8 million

    Salary/bonuses: $41 million

    Endorsements: $750,000

     

    5. Aaron Donald

    Total Earnings: $41.1 million

    Salary/bonuses: $40.9 million

    Endorsements: $250,000

     

    6. Alex Smith

    Total Earnings: $41 million

    Salary/bonuses: $40 million

    Endorsements: $1 million

     

    7. Drew Brees

    Total Earnings: $40 million

    Salary/bonuses: $27 million

    Endorsements: $13 million

     

    8. Tom Brady

    Total Earnings: $29 million

    Salary/bonuses: $15 million

    Endorsements: $14 million

     

    9. Odell Beckham Jr.

    Total Earnings: $28 million

    Salary/bonuses: $21.5 million

    Endorsements: $6.5 million

     

    10. Kirk Cousins

    Total Earnings: $27.5 million

    Salary/bonuses: $26 million

    Endorsements: $1.5 million

     
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