Who doesn’t love a good binge-watching session? Answer: no one.
If you follow the Patriots social media accounts, you know that the 2018 regular season was one long binge-watch. After every Patriots win during the regular season, a new show or movie dropped on Instagram and Twitter starring your favorite Patriots.
As we get ready for the league new year on March 13, we’re looking back at some of the best of the 2018 season.
It started with a win over the Houston Texans at home to open the season. To the tune of “One Tree Hill,” the Patriots kicked off a Super Bowl championship year with “One Patriot Place.”
After less than glamorous Week 2 and 3, the Patriots bounced back against the Dolphins at home and reclaimed the Iron Throne.
In a fictional town outside of Indianapolis, Leslie Knope and her loyal friends root for the Colts, but when the Patriots defeated the Colts in Thursday Night Football action, it was all “Pats and Recreation.”
Week 6 saw Kansas City earn its first loss of the season. With a 43-40 win that foreshadowed the AFC Championship matchup, the Patriots weren’t “Breaking Bad.” They were “Breaking Streaks.”
Ferris Bueller may have had an epic day off, but we all know the Patriots mantra. After the Patriots beat the Bears in Chicago, it was “Bill Belichick’s No Days Off.”
The end of October is time for all things ~ spooky ~ and nothing is scarier than going in to face the Bills and their mafia for Monday Night Football. It was a “Nightmare in Orchard Park,” but not for the Patriots.
Clear eyes. Full hearts. Can’t lose. Under the “Sunday Night Lights,” the Patriots beat the Packers in Week 9.
With a win at the Meadowlands, the Patriots left New Jersey 8-3 in Week 12. The Rutgers crew of Duron Harmon, Devin McCourty and Jason McCourty, along with New Jersey native Chris Hogan starred in “Jersey Score.”
If ducks fly together, Pats play together. The Patriots beat the Vikings at home in Week 13, and it was time for “The Mighty Dubs.”(We know “The Mighty Dubs 2” will be even better.)
The Week 16 win over the Bills at home was more than just a division win. It meant the Patriots won the AFC East for the 10th year in a row, and well…
The Jets came to Foxboro for the final game of the 2018 regular season, and after a successful first matchup, the Patriots were “Home Again 2: Won vs. New York.” Say it with us: “KVNNNNNN!!!!!”
And of course, there were a few that we didn't get to use, but they were too good not to share.
Needless to say, yes, Netflix, we're still watching.