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By the Numbers


SEVEN YEARS AND COUNTING
94-63
The Patriots' record in preseason, regular-season and postseason games since 1996 (.599 win pct.).
67-51
The Patriots' regular-season record since 1996 (.568 win pct).
6-3
The Patriots' postseason record since 1996 (.667 win pct.).
21-9
The Patriots' preseason record since 1996 (.700 win pct).

NOT HALF BAD
15
The number of consecutive games the Patriots have won when leading at halftime.
18-1
The Patriots record in their last 19 games in which they have led at halftime.
20
The number of consecutive games the Patriots have won when leading after three quarters.

THE KRAFT ERA
97
The number of consecutive Patriots preseason, regular-season and postseason home games that have been sold out since Robert Kraft bought the team in 1994.
202
The number of consecutive Patriots games that have been televised locally.
66-33
The Patriots record at home since 1994, including preseason, regular-season and postseason games.
12-3
The Patriots record at Gillette Stadium, including preseason and regular-season games (.800 winning percentage).

THIRD DOWN DOMINANCE
3
The number of times the Patriots have held their opponents under 30 percent on third downs this season.
3
The number of times the Patriots held their opponents under 30 percent on third downs all of last season.
9-1
The Patriots record in their last 10 games when holding their opponents under 30 percent on third downs.

WHAT A RUSH
1,893
The Patriots projected season rushing yardage total for the 2003 season if they keep up their pace of 116 yards per game.
1988
The last season in which the Patriots ran for over 1,893 yards as a team. That year, New England totaled 2,120 yards.
5
The number of times the Patriots have broken 100 yards rushing as a team so far in 2003.
5
The number of times the Patriots broke 100 yards rushing as a team in 16 games last season.

MOVING ON UP
825
The number of career receptions made by fullback Larry Centers.
7
Centers' rank on the NFL's all-time receptions list.
27
The number of receptions Centers needs to pass Irving Fryar (851) and move into sixth place on the NFL's all-time receptions list.
0
The number of running backs who have caught more passes in their career than Centers.

TURNING OVER WINS
4-0
The Patriots' record this season when they maintain a positive or even turnover differential.
0-2
The Patriots' record when they turn the ball over more than their opponents.
16-2
The Patriots' record since the beginning of the 2001 season when they maintain a positive turnover differential.
6
The Patriots' turnover differential this season, good for second in the AFC .
5
The Patriots' turnover differential last week against the New York Giants. It tied last year's game against Buffalo (12/08/02) for the greatest turnover differential since Dec. 1, 1996 at San Diego, when the Patriots forced six more turnovers than the Chargers.

MILESTONES
208
The number of punt returns Troy Brown has made in his career.
1
Brown's rank on the Patriots' all-time leading punt returners list. He passed Irving Fryar with his 207th punt return two weeks ago against the Titans.
437
The number of receptions Brown has made in his career.
54
The number of receptions Brown needs to move ahead of Ben Coates (490) into second place on the Patriots all-time reception list.
5,061
The number of receiving yards Brown has chalked up in his career.
4
Brown's rank on the Patriots all-time receiving yardage list. He passed Jim Colclough (5,001 yards) against the Titans in Week Five.
62
The number of consecutive games, including the playoffs, that Troy Brown has appeared in which he has at least one reception.
2
Ty Law's rank on the Patriots' all-time interceptions list. He passed the trio of Ron Hall, Roland James and Fred Marion to take sole possession of second place on the all-time list with his 30th career pick against the Titans in Week Five.
2
The number of Patriots in franchise history to record 30 career interceptions (Ty Law and Raymond Clayborn).

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