66 Divisional Playoff: Patriots 31, Jaguars 20
Conference Championship: Patriots 21, Chargers 12
Super Bowl: Giants 17, Patriots 14
The 2006-07 New England Patriots finished the season 12-4 before losing in the playoffs. That year they scored 385 points during the regular season and 95 during the post-season.
The Colts scored 450 points in the 2007 regular season, third overall in the NFL behind the Patriots and Cowboys.
The New England Patriots scored 589 points during the 2007 regular season, handily surpassing the previous single-season NFL scoring record of 556 notched by the 1998 Minnesota Vikings.
The Patriots scored an average of 36.8 points per game in 2007.
The Patriots and the Dolphins played twice in the 2007 season. The Patriots won both games, 49-28 and 28-7.
the patriots with 589
What season 2006-2007 or 2007-2008
Drew Neitzel in 2007 with 39 points
The 2013 Denver Broncos scored 606 points in 16 regular season games for an average of 37.9 points per game, superseding the 36.8 points per game by the 2007 New England Patriots. Postseason: The San Francisco 49ers in 1994 had a post-season scoring average of 43.6 points (3 games).
New England Patriots 589 points in 2007-2008 season
drew neitzel scored 39 points in 2007.
The 2007 New England Patriots, 589 points.
As of the start of the 2007 postseason, Bernie Williams had played the most postseason games in MLB history with 121. However, Derek Jeter had played 119 games in the postseason and, barring injury, will pass Williams for the #1 spot if he plays 3 games in the 2007 postseason.
As of the 2007 postseason, the record is held by John Smoltz who has pitched 207 innings in the postseason.
The Patriots 2007, 2010, 2011, 2012 From their website: "The Patriots are the first franchise in NFL history to score 500 or more points in four seasons (2007, 2010, 2011 and 2012). St. Louis is the only other team to have done it three times (1999, 2000, 2001). The Patriots join the 1999-01 Rams as the only teams to have scored 500 or more points in three straight years. Bill Belichick is the first head coach in NFL history to lead a team to three straight 500-point seasons."
December 3: Patriots 27, Ravens 24
The Patriots were 16-0 in the regular season in 2007
Four times - 2007, 2010, 2011, 2012.
New England Patriots kicker Stephen Gostkowski.