The Dynasty: New England Patriots
Go inside the franchise's 20-year journey, from the unique chemistry that fueled six Super Bowl wins to the internal strife that sparked a turf war. Tom Brady, Bill Belichick, Robert Kraft, and key players reveal the road to—and cost of—greatness.
After Drew Bledsoe suffers a devastating injury, Robert Kraft and Bill Belichick put the hopes of the franchise in sixth-round draft pick Tom Brady.
The Snow Bowl
Belichick shocks the world by doubling down on Brady. An icy showdown with the Oakland Raiders redefines what's possible for the Patriots.
In the wake of 9/11, the Patriots emerge on football's biggest stage and face pressure that could unite them—or tear them apart.
After three Super Bowl wins, the Patriots are accused of videotaping an opponent's sideline signals and things start to spiral.
Brady struggles with his impermanence after a catastrophic injury. Belichick faces a test of his leadership and loyalty.
At All Costs
Facing a crossroads, the Patriots draft Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez. But tragedy strikes and a murder investigation unfolds.
Envy and jealousy take root, putting Brady and the Patriots at the center of a two-year media spectacle known as Deflategate.
Score to Settle
With Jimmy Garoppolo nipping at his heels — and a coach that may not have his back — Brady stages one of the greatest comebacks in sports history.
Tensions boil over when Belichick makes a questionable decision on the biggest stage.
After a decades-long run, the dynasty crumbles.