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1991 New England Patriots season

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Record  6–10
Playoff finish  did not qualify
Owner  Victor Kiam
Home field  Foxboro Stadium
Division place  4th AFC East
Head coach  Dick MacPherson
Start date  1991
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Pro Bowlers  T Bruce Armstrong TE Marv Cook
AP All-Pros  TE Marv Cook (1st team) LB Vincent Brown (2nd team)
Similar  1992 New England Patriots s, 1972 New England Patriots s, 1965 Boston Patriots s, 1989 New England Patriots s, 1968 Boston Patriots s

The 1991 season New England Patriots season was the team's 32nd, and 22nd in the National Football League. The team finished the season with a record of six wins and ten losses, and finished fourth in the AFC East Division. Though the Patriots scored twenty or more points just five times during the season, they were able to upset playoff teams such as the Houston Oilers, Buffalo Bills and New York Jets.

It was the last season where the Patriots were owned by Victor Kiam, who was forced to sell the team to St. Louis businessman James Orthwein in order to settle a debt.

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1991 New England Patriots season Wikipedia


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