2003 New England Patriots Game-by-Game Results
Team Record: 14-2
Finishing 1st in the NFL's East Division of the American Football Conference
Postseason: 3-0 Won Super Bowl
Coach: Bill Belichick (14-2)
Location: Foxborough, Massachusetts
2003 New England Patriots Roster
The New England Patriots of the National Football League ended the 2003 season with a record of 14 wins and 2 losses, finishing first in the NFL's East Division of the American Football Conference. The team compiled a postseason mark of 3-0.
The defense proved to be a force, as the Patriots conceded 238 points, the lowest total in the circuit. New England netted 348 points. Tom Brady led the charge, throwing for 3,620 yards. Deion Branch caught 57 passes for 803 yards, while Kevin Faulk was targeted regularly, too.
Antowain Smith rushed for a team-best 642 yards, while Kevin Faulk also buoyed the ground attack.
The ball-hawking defense pounced on 41 turnovers. Tyrone Poole and Ty Law each intercepted 6 errant tosses from the opposition. Mike Vrabel sacked quarterbacks 9.5 times, leading the way for a team which created 41 sacks.
Bill Belichick coached the team. The 2003 New England Patriots won the Super Bowl.
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Regular Season Points For: 348
Regular Season Points Against: 238
|September 7, 2003||New England Patriots 0 at Buffalo Bills 31||L||0-0-0||0-1-0||0-1-0|
|September 14, 2003||New England Patriots 31 at Philadelphia Eagles 10||W||0-0-0||1-1-0||1-1-0|
|September 21, 2003||New York Jets 16 at New England Patriots 23||W||1-0-0||1-1-0||2-1-0|
|September 28, 2003||New England Patriots 17 at Washington Redskins 20||L||1-0-0||1-2-0||2-2-0|
|October 5, 2003||Tennessee Titans 30 at New England Patriots 38||W||2-0-0||1-2-0||3-2-0|
|October 12, 2003||New York Giants 6 at New England Patriots 17||W||3-0-0||1-2-0||4-2-0|
|October 19, 2003||New England Patriots 19 at Miami Dolphins 13||W||3-0-0||2-2-0||5-2-0||OT|
|October 26, 2003||Cleveland Browns 3 at New England Patriots 9||W||4-0-0||2-2-0||6-2-0|
|November 3, 2003||New England Patriots 30 at Denver Broncos 26||W||4-0-0||3-2-0||7-2-0|
|November 16, 2003||Dallas Cowboys 0 at New England Patriots 12||W||5-0-0||3-2-0||8-2-0|
|November 23, 2003||New England Patriots 23 at Houston Texans 20||W||5-0-0||4-2-0||9-2-0||OT|
|November 30, 2003||New England Patriots 38 at Indianapolis Colts 34||W||5-0-0||5-2-0||10-2-0|
|December 7, 2003||Miami Dolphins 0 at New England Patriots 12||W||6-0-0||5-2-0||11-2-0|
|December 14, 2003||Jacksonville Jaguars 13 at New England Patriots 27||W||7-0-0||5-2-0||12-2-0|
|December 20, 2003||New England Patriots 21 at New York Jets 16||W||7-0-0||6-2-0||13-2-0|
|December 27, 2003||Buffalo Bills 0 at New England Patriots 31||W||8-0-0||6-2-0||14-2-0|
|January 10, 2004||Tennessee Titans 14 at New England Patriots 17||W||1-0-0||0-0-0||1-0-0||AFC Divisional Playoff|
|January 18, 2004||Indianapolis Colts 14 at New England Patriots 24||W||2-0-0||0-0-0||2-0-0||AFC Championship|
|February 1, 2004||New England Patriots 32 at Carolina Panthers 29||W||2-0-0||1-0-0||3-0-0||Super Bowl 38 Houston|