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The 2004 New England Patriots season was the franchise's 35th season in the National Football League, the 45th overall and the 5th under head coach Bill Belichick. They finished with their second consecutive 14–2 record before advancing to and winning Super Bowl XXXIX, their third Super Bowl victory in four years, and their last until 2014.What was the biggest upset in NFL history in 2004?
The story of the 2–11 Dolphins upsetting the 12–1 defending champion Patriots made national headlines, and was one of the great upsets of the year in 2004. The 11 point comeback with under 4 minutes to play remains one of the largest in NFL history with so little time remaining.What happened in the New England Patriots game against the 49ers?
The game's final 9 minutes were played scoreless, and the Patriots clinched the #2 seed in the AFC, guaranteeing a first round bye in the Playoffs. The 2–13 49ers, having the worst season in franchise history, punted on their first possession. Corey Dillon fumbled on the ensuing Patriots possession to give the ball back to San Francisco.What was the Patriots first drive of the second quarter?
The Patriots began their first drive of the second quarter at midfield. Running the ball 10 times with Dillon, Faulk and Patrick Pass, New England engaged in a 6 and a half minute march, finished off by Dillon's 3-yard touchdown plunge.