Patriots reveal new uniforms for 2020 season
The New England Patriots are entering a new era, and they are ushering in new uniforms to complement the journey.
On Monday morning, the Patriots revealed their new threads:
The look we love, promoted to primary.
— New England Patriots (@Patriots) April 20, 2020
I was hoping New England would bring back its old uniforms from the ’90s, but I guess these will do.
For the Pats, 2020 will represent a strange season, as it will mark the first time in two decades that Tom Brady will not be a member of the team.
New England drafted Brady back in 2000, and by 2001, he had become the club’s starting quarterback thanks to an injury to Drew Bledsoe.
Brady went on to lead the Pats to a Super Bowl title in his first season under center, which was just the very beginning of a Patriots dynasty.
New England proceeded to win six championships in total with Brady at the helm, most recently winning a title during the 2018-19 campaign.
This past season, the Pats won 12 games and won their 11 straight AFC East division crown, but they failed to notch a first-round bye. They then lost to the Tennessee Titans in the Wild Card Round of the playoffs, marking their earliest postseason exit since the 2009-10 season.
Brady looked every bit of 42 years old at points this past year, failing to make the Pro Bowl for the first time since 2008 (when he played in just one game before tearing his ACL).
We’ll see how the Patriots can manage without the GOAT taking snaps.