1992 New England Patriots season
|1992 New England Patriots season|
|Head coach||Dick MacPherson|
|Home field||Foxboro Stadium|
|Division place||5th AFC East|
|Playoff finish||did not qualify|
|Pro Bowlers||TE Marv Cook|
The 1992 New England Patriots season was the team’s 33rd year, and 23rd in the National Football League. The Patriots finished the season with a record of two wins and fourteen losses, and finished last in the AFC East division.
The Patriots' two wins in Weeks Eleven and Twelve of the 1992 season were preceded by an 0–9 start, and followed with a five-game losing streak to end the season. They received the first overall pick in the following year's draft.
This was the first season where the team was owned by James Orthwein, who bought the team from previous owner Victor Kiam to settle a debt, and the last to have Dick MacPherson as head coach after a two year tenure. It was also the last season to feature the Patriots' original colors and logo on their primary uniforms, which were overhauled for the following season.
|1992 New England Patriots staff|
Special teams coaches
Strength and conditioning
|2||at Los Angeles Rams||L||0–14||
|5||at New York Jets||L||21–30||
|6||San Francisco 49ers||L||12–24||
|7||at Miami Dolphins||L||17–38||
|9||at Buffalo Bills||L||7–16||
|10||New Orleans Saints||L||14–31||
|11||at Indianapolis Colts||W||37–34||
|12||New York Jets||W||24–3||
|13||at Atlanta Falcons||L||0–34||
|15||at Kansas City Chiefs||L||20–27||
|16||at Cincinnati Bengals||L||10–20||
|(2) Miami Dolphins||11||5||0||.688||340||281||W3|
|(4) Buffalo Bills||11||5||0||.688||381||283||L1|
|New York Jets||4||12||0||.250||220||315||L3|
|New England Patriots||2||14||0||.125||205||363||L5|
|New England Patriots 1992 roster|
- "Pro Football Reference". Retrieved February 5, 2012.
- "Official Website of the New England Patriots – historical rosters". Retrieved February 5, 2012.
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