New England Patriots
head coach Bill Belichick
and quarterback Tom Brady
have been rewriting history together since 2000. So, it’s only fitting that the team packaged and sent altogether artifacts from the duo’s recent achievements to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Belichick became the sixth head coach in NFL history to reach 200 regular season wins after defeating the Minnesota Vikings 30-7 on Sept. 14, 2014. He was awarded this game ball after the milestone victory.
Belichick, who coached the Cleveland Browns
from 1991-95 and has led the Patriots since 2000, now has a 206-107 record in 19 regular season campaigns. He currently ranks fifth all time in regular-season coaching victories behind Gold Jackets Don Shula
(328), George Halas
(318), Tom Landry
(250) and Earl “Curly” Lambeau
The Hall also acquired the ball Brady threw when he passed Gold Jacket John Elway
to rank fifth all-time in career passing yards. The Patriots signal-caller completed 33 of his 53 passes for 333 yards and four touchdowns against the Denver Broncos
on Nov. 2, 2014.
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