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2003 New England Patriots schedule

Season statistics

Offense Defense
Record Playoff record Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
14-2-0 3-3 6166 4224 1942 28 361 5643 3935 1708 48 347
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The New England Patriots' forty-fourth was in 2003, and it was the third season Bill Belichick served as the head coach of the team. They finished the year 14-2-0 in the regular season and 3-0 in the playoffs eventually winning the NFL championship against the Carolina Panthers 32-29, the team's sixth championship win. At the end of the season Bill Belichick earned Coach of the Year and Tom Brady earned Super Bowl Most Valuable Player.


Games

Week Opponent Score Notes
Week 1 @ 0-31
Week 2 @ 31-10
Week 3 23-16
Week 4 @ 17-20
Week 5 38-30
Week 6 17-6
Week 7 @ 19-13
Week 8 9-3
Week 9 @ 30-26
Week 11 12-0
Week 12 @ 23-20
Week 13 @ 38-34
Week 14 12-0
Week 15 27-13
Week 16 @ 21-16
Week 17 31-0

Playoffs

Week Opponent Score Notes
Divisional Round Tennessee Titans 17-14
Conference Championship Indianapolis Colts 24-14
Super Bowl vs. Carolina Panthers 32-29

Coaches

Head Coach: Assistant Head Coach: Offensive Coordinator: Defensive Coordinator: Quarterbacks Coach: Wide Receivers Coach: Offensive Line Coach: Assistant Offensive Line Coach: Running Backs Coach: Tight Ends Coach: Defensive Line Coach: Linebackers Coach: Outside Linebackers Coach: Inside Linebackers Coach: Defensive Backs (Secondary) Coach: Defensive Assistant Coach: Special Teams Coach: Volunteer Assistant Coach: Strength and Conditioning Coach: Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach: Strength and Conditioning Assistant Coach: Director of College Scouting: Director of Football Research: Director of Football Operations: Assistant Director of College Scouting: Area Scout: Operations Intern: Intern: