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Tom Brady, Bill Belichick receive New Hampshire primary votes

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New England Patriots are very popular in the New England region. Tom Brady and head coach Bill Belichick are like God to those Patriots fans that live in that area.

So, it’s no wonder why the Patriots star duo received votes in the New Hampshire primary. Bernie Sanders won the Democratic delegates, while Donald Trump won the Republic delegates.

NESN first reported the news.

Belichick has been the Patriots head coach for the past 16-years. He also guided the team to four Super Bowl wins, including the Feb. 2015 win over the Seattle Seahawks.

He received one write-in vote for the Democratic side. Brady; however, received two votes on both the Democratic and Republic sides.

Both Brady and Belichick will focus on the 2016 season after being eliminated by the Denver Broncos in the AFC Conference Championship game. Neither has said they would like to run for office down the road.

The 63-year-old Belichick has gone 187-69 with the Patriots. He’s also 22-9 in the postseason with the team.

He’s been an NFL head coach for 21-years. Prior to coming to the Patriots in 2000, he was the Cleveland Browns head coach from 1991 to 1995, where he had a 36-44 record.

After going 6-10 in his first season with the Browns, he teams had back-to-back 7-9 seasons. Then, in 1994, his team went 11-5 before going 5-11 in 1995.

He has won six Super Bowl Championships in his coaching career. He’s received the AP NFL Coach of the Year three times.

Tom Brady is a four-time Super Bowl champion. He’s also won the Super Bowl MVP three times and the NFL MVP twice.

The 11-time Pro Bowler has played his entire career with the Patriots. He has a 172-51 career record as a starter, and has gone 4,953 of 7,792 for 58,028 yards with 428 touchdowns. He has also thrown 150 interceptions.


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