The 2018 New England Patriots are ready to head back to the Super Bowl, hoping for a different result than last year when they fell to the Philadelphia Eagles. Tom Brady, Bill Belichick, and the Patriots are in the midst of one of the greatest stretches in the history of sports, a streak of excellence they plan on continuing in 2018. Since 2000, New England has won 5 Super Bowls, including 8 AFC Championships and 15 AFC East Championships. As Tom Brady enters his age 41 season, be sure to book your suite at Gillette Stadium before it’s too late to watch the greatest quarterback of all time in live action.
It’s remarkable how, despite his age, Tom Brady only seems to be getting better. He remains the best quarterback in the NFL, showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon. While Brady will still be under center in New England, much of the offensive talent surrounding him will look different in 2018. Key playmakers Brandin Cooks, Martellus Bennett, and Dion Lewis will all be playing elsewhere, as will offensive lineman Nate Solder.
However, the Patriots will be getting wide receiver Julian Edelman back from the IR after he missed all of last season with a knee injury. New England also brought in wide receiver Jordan Matthews and running back Jeremy Hill to add more firepower to the offense. And of course, future Hall of Famer Rob Gronkowski will return for his 9th NFL season. After flirting with the idea of retirement, Gronk will be back on the field in 2018. While the Patriots offense may look slightly different, expect it to be every bit as dominant as it has been ever since #12 took over as quarterback.
On the defensive side, the Patriots will be without former defensive coordinator Matt Patricia, who left to become the head coach of the Detroit Lions. In an interesting move, the Patriots have opted to not officially fill the void left by Patricia. Instead they have simply added more responsibility to a select few defensive coaches.
The defensive line will be led by Malcolm Brown, Trey Flowers, and new acquisitions Danny Shelton and Adrian Clayborn. Dont’a Hightower will once again be a difference maker in New England’s defense, as will their other top linebacker Kyle Van Noy. In the off-season the Patriots traded for cornerback Jason McCourty, giving him the opportunity to play with his brother and now teammate Devin McCourty. Along with the McCourty brothers, Patrick Chung and Stephon Gilmore will be key players in the secondary.
In 2018, Gillette Stadium will see the New England Patriots go to battle with the New York Jets, Miami Dolphins, Buffalo Bills, Indianapolis Colts, Houston Texans, Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings, and Kansas City Chiefs.
Private suites for the New England Patriots are certainly hard to come by. Demand is always high at Gillette Stadium. A New England Patriots luxury box will provide fans with the ultimate VIP experience. Especially in Foxborough where the weather can be cold, a Patriots suite will be a climate-controlled environment. With a Patriots suite, fans will get to choose from plenty of premium in-suite catering options, VIP parking passes will be included, guests will receive private entry into Gillette Stadium and access to VIP clubs inside. Along with a Patriots suite rental, a dedicated suite attendant is on hand to help with any game day questions.