After winning their fifth Super Bowl in a shocking comeback, the New England Patriots have moved to trademark ‘Blitz for Six’.

That’s according to ESPN.com’s Darren Rovell, who writes that the Pats filed for the trademark just two days after their improbable comeback victory in Super Bowl LI. The team is hoping to use the slogan on clothing, which no doubt includes hoodies made famous by Belichick.
The Pats have also filed to trademark “No Days Off,” a phrase Belichick used during the team’s victory parade last week, as well as “Ignore the Noise,” “Do Your Job” and “We Are All Patriots.” (Source)

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