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1989 New England Patriots season

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Record  5–11
Playoff finish  did not qualify
AP All-Pros  none
Start date  1989
General manager  Patrick Sullivan
Division place  4th AFC East
Pro Bowlers  LB Johnny Rembert
Head coach  Raymond Berry
Owner  Victor Kiam
Home field  Foxboro Stadium
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The 1989 season New England Patriots season was the team's 30th, and 20th in the National Football League. The Patriots finished the season with a record of five wins and eleven losses, and finished fourth in the AFC East Division. After the season, Head Coach Raymond Berry was fired and replaced by Rod Rust.

The Patriots' pass defense surrendered 7.64 yards-per-attempt in 1989, one of the ten worst totals in NFL history.

Week 1

  • Cedric Jones 8 Rec, 148 Yds
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    1989 New England Patriots season Wikipedia

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