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1969 Boston Patriots season
Head Coach Clive Rush
General Manager George Sauer
Home Field Alumni Stadium
Results
Record 4–10
Place T-3rd AFL Eastern
Playoff Finish did not qualify
Uniform
AFC-1967-1969-Uniform-NE
Timeline
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1968 1970

The Boston Patriots finished the American Football League's 1969 season with a record of four wins and ten losses, and finished tied for third in the AFL's Eastern division.

StaffEdit

Boston Patriots 1969 staff
Front Office

Head Coaches

Offensive Coaches

 

Defensive Coaches

Regular seasonEdit

Season standingsEdit

Eastern Division
TeamWLTPCTPFPA
*New York Jets 1040.714353269
Houston Oilers 662.500278279
Boston Patriots 4100.286266316
Buffalo Bills 4100.286230359
Miami Dolphins 3101.231233332
[1]

Season scheduleEdit

Game-by-game resultsEdit

Week Date Opponent Result Stadium Record Attendance
1 September 14, 1969 at Denver Broncos L 35-7 Mile High Stadium 0-1
43,679
2 September 21, 1969 Kansas City Chiefs L 31–0 Alumni Stadium 0-2
22,002
3 September 28, 1969 Oakland Raiders L 38–23 Alumni Stadium 0-3
19,069
4 October 5, 1969 New York Jets L 23–14 Alumni Stadium 0-4
25,584
5 October 11, 1969 at Buffalo Bills L 23–16 War Memorial Stadium 0-5
46,201
6 October 19, 1969 San Diego Chargers L 13–10 Alumni Stadium 0-6
18,346
7 October 26, 1969 at New York Jets L 23–17 Shea Stadium 0-7
62,298
8 November 2, 1969 Houston Oilers W 24–0 Alumni Stadium 1-7
19,006
9 November 9, 1969 Miami Dolphins L 17–16 Alumni Stadium 1-8
19,821
10 November 16, 1969 at Cincinnati Bengals W 25–14 Nippert Stadium 2-8
27,927
11 November 23, 1969 Buffalo Bills W 35–21 Alumni Stadium 3-8
25,584
12 November 30, 1969 at Miami Dolphins W 38–23 Miami Orange Bowl 4-8
32,121
13 December 7, 1969 at San Diego Chargers L 28–18 San Diego Stadium 4-9
33,146
14 December 14, 1969 at Houston Oilers L 27–23 Astrodome 4-10
39,215

RosterEdit

All of the following players appeared in at least one game for the 1969 Boston Patriots.

Name Position Notes

See alsoEdit

1969 NFL-AFL season by teamv · d · e
NFL Eastern Western Eastern Western AFL
Capitol Century Coastal Central Boston Cincinnati
Dallas Cleveland Atlanta Chicago Buffalo Denver
New Orleans NY Giants Baltimore Detroit Houston Kansas City
Philadelphia Pittsburgh Los Angeles Green Bay Miami Oakland
Washington St. Louis San Francisco Minnesota NY Jets San Diego
1969 NFL DraftNFL PlayoffsPro BowlSuper Bowl IV

ReferencesEdit

  1. NFL 2001 Record and Fact Book, Workman Publishing Co, New York,NY, ISBN 0-7611-2480-2, p. 297

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