The arrival of Drew Bledsoe and Bill Parcells in 1993 and new owner Robert Kraft a year later launched the franchise into a new technology of good fortune and popularity. In 1997 the Patriots made it to a second Super Bowl, shedding an enjoyable NFL game to Green Bay.
Another way that people show their team some much deserved appreciation is by having a tailgate party either out in a parking lot where the game is held or in their own neighborhoods. These specific parties are common among fans. People will stand around chanting for their teams while cooking or barbeque being grilled from the tailgate of a truck or car. Tailgating will often times allow for more people to join in on the action of supporting a team that is playing and it is easy to see who backs the same team that you do and who are for the opponents.