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Patriots announce ‘All-Dynasty Team’ as part of the newest exhibit at the franchise Hall of Fame

The New England Patriots Hall Of Fame announced the launch of a brand new “All-Dynasty Team” exhibit that will be unveiled on Friday, October 23rd, 2020. The exhibit is a “part of [The Hall of Fame’s] two-year celebration of New England’s dominant two decades from 2001 to 2019”.

The official team “roster” was released along with the news of the new exhibit and it has some interesting names on it to say the least.

Head coach: Bill Belichick

Defensive line: Richard Seymour, Ty Warren, Vince Wilfork

Outside linebacker: Willie McGinest, Mike Vrabel, Rob Ninkovich

Inside linebacker: Tedy Bruschi, Dont’a Hightower, Roman Phifer

Cornerback: Ty Law, Asante Samuel, Stephon Gilmore

Safety: Rodney Harrison, Patrick Chung, Devin McCourty

Quarterback: Tom Brady

Running back: Kevin Faulk, Corey Dillon, James White

Fullback: James Develin

Wide receiver: Randy Moss, Wes Welker, Julian Edelman, Troy Brown

Tight end: Rob Gronkowski, Daniel Graham

Tackle: Matt Light, Sebastian Vollmer, Nate Solder

Guard: Logan Mankins, Joe Andruzzi, Joe Thuney

Center: Dan Koppen

Kicker: Adam Vinatieri

Punter: Ryan Allen

Kickoff returner: Bethel Johnson, Ellis Hobbs

Punt returner: Julian Edelman

Special teamer: Matthew Slater, Larry Izzo

Long Snapper: Lonie Paxton, Joe Cardona

Honorable-mention selections: ILB Jerod Mayo, S Lawyer Milloy, G Stephen Neal, G Shaq Mason, C David Andrews, K Stephen Gostkowski, RB LeGarrette Blount, WR Danny Amendola

The exhibit will include some pretty cool memorabilia as well — from the rain jacket Bill Belichick wore during his 300th career coaching victory, to a multitude of game-used Tom Brady artifacts, to helmets and jerseys worn by the members of the All-Decade roster. Most of all, it will include memories from the greatest two-decade stretch in NFL history. For a full list of the artifacts that will be featured, please click here.

A question that has been raised by just about everyone on Twitter is “Why release the team now? Is that admitting the Dynasty is over?” Well… not necessarily.

The Hall’s executive director Bryan Morry explained the decision to name the team now by saying, “As the 2010s drew to a close, we thought the timing was right to take a look back and compare the Patriots’ success to that of the other NFL teams and the dominance was obvious…” in the official press release.

It is also mentioned that the Hall started the process of recognizing the Dynasty during last year’s season, prior to Tom Brady shipping down to Tompa Tampa Bay. They said, “Throughout the last year, the Hall celebrated the team’s amazing run of success with an exhibit titled, Yes, It’s Still A Dynasty, that delved into the Patriots dominance relative to the rest of the NFL and compared the best dynasties from the NFL, MLB, NBA and NHL.”

Whether you believe it is the wrong time for something that commemorates the Dynasty or not, it is a virtual guarantee that Patriots fans will enjoy the brand new exhibit and all that it will have to offer.

In terms of the actual members of the team, we all know they won’t be agreed upon, so let us know the changes that you would make down in the comments. Also tell us your thoughts on the memorabilia that will be on display and your feelings about “All-Dynasty” team being named now.

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