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Dec. 1, 1993

Dec. 1, 1993 In one day, the Patriots turned into the St, Louis Whatevers, turned right around and set the deepest roots possible in Foxborough. From the day Billy Sullivan founded the Boston Patriots the club had chronic financial problems, careening from crisis to crisis. They went 12 years before finding a home of their own. Eventually they basked in relative success at Schaefer Stadium, the bargain-basement, bare-bones stadium they built in Foxborough, then slid back toward the abyss, largely thanks to producing the money-draining Michael Jackson Victory Tour in 1984.. In 1988  they sold the franchise to Victor Kiam, ...

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