By Spencer Lee
The New England Patriots are confident they can win their sixth Super Bowl next season and win their third in four years.
Two days after they won Super Bowl LI, the team filed to trademark the phrase “Blitz for Six,” hoping to use it on clothing, included hooded T-shirts, something Patriots coach Bill Belichick would be proud of.
The only franchise with six Super Bowls is the Pittsburgh Steelers, whose chant of “One for the Thumb” in the 1980s did not pan out for the Steel Curtain dynasty but eventually came to fruition for the Rooney family in 2006.
The Kraft Group, the parent company of the Patriots, received trademarks to “19-0” and “Perfect Season,” which also did not work as their plans were spoiled by the New York Giants in Super Bowl XLII.