New England Patriots: 5 Reasons Why They Can Repeat as Super Bowl Champions

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Feb 7, 2017; Boston, MA, USA; New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and head coach Bill Belichick hold up Vince Lombardi Trophies while standing in front of city hall during the Super Bowl LI Champions parade through downtown Boston. Mandatory Credit: Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports

The New England Patriots are the Super Bowl LI Champions. What are five reasons why they will repeat in Super Bowl LII?

The New England Patriots were able to win their fifth Super Bowl with the best comeback in Super Bowl history. It looked for a while that the Patriots were going to be heading into a long offseason. After playing great all season, the Patriots made a lot of mistakes early on against the Atlanta Falcons.

Despite trailing by 25 points, the Patriots were able to rally. Tom Brady had one of the best fourth quarters in Super Bowl history, and the defense made some big stops. Everything had to go right for the Patriots, and it certainly did.

Now, the Patriots will be turning their attentions to the offseason. With some teams being five weeks ahead of the Patriots, New England has a lot of work to do. Free agency is right around the corner, and the Patriots have a few key players that they would like to keep. In addition to free agency, the NFL Draft is just a few months away.

With a big offseason ahead, the Patriots will be attempting to repeat as Super Bowl Champions. This past season, the Denver Broncos who won Super Bowl 50 were unable to even make the playoffs one year after winning the championship. Maintaining success is an extremely challenging thing to do in the NFL, however, the Patriots have been doing it for years.

Next season, the Patriots will be attempting to complete the repeat. Here are five reasons why they will be able to achieve that.

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