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Custom AFC 2011 New England Patriots American Football Championship Ring

Availability: In stock

Material: 18K Gold Plated Copper, Solid Ring
Prong Setting with Crystal Stone
Deep & Detailed Engraving and 3D Letters
Packing: Luxury Wooden Gift Box
In Stock Size:US 10 to US 13, Including Half Sizes
In Stock Order: Shipped out within 48 Hours
Offering Ring Customization: Name & Number & Sizing & Engraving
Any Sizes can be Customized
Any Player Name and Number on the Ring can be Customized
Engraving Texts inside the Ring can be Customized
MADE TO ORDER:Processing Time 7 to 10 Business Days

Regular Price: $109.98

Special Price $54.99

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The 2011 New England Patriots season was the 42nd season for the team in the National Football League and 52nd season overall. The Patriots finished the regular season at 13–3, and represented the AFC in Super Bowl XLVI. It was the seventh Super Bowl trip in franchise history, and the fifth for head coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady.

The Patriots dedicated their 2011 season to the memory of Myra Kraft, the wife of owner Robert Kraft, who died on July 20, 2011 after a long fight against cancer.[1] At both home and away games, the Patriots wore patches bearing Kraft's initials, MHK, on their uniforms. The Patriots elected to wear their Super Bowl patches on the right side of their uniforms, so that they could keep the MHK patch on the left as it had been all season. The Patriots were the only 2011 division winner that won their division the previous season.

The Patriots lost in the Super Bowl to the New York Giants by a score of 21-17. The Patriots, as was the case in their previous appearance against these same Giants in Super Bowl XLII, had a chance to join the San Francisco 49ers, the Dallas Cowboys, the Pittsburgh Steelers, and the Green Bay Packers as the only teams to win at least four Super Bowls (the Packers, who had entered the 2011 season as the defending champions, had not yet won a fourth Super Bowl when the Patriots had last appeared). Instead, the Patriots tied a then-NFL record for most losses in a Super Bowl that had been set by the Minnesota Vikings and tied by the Denver Broncos and Buffalo Bills, each of whom had lost four; that record was since broken by the Broncos, whose loss in Super Bowl XLVIII was their fifth.