The Belichick-era Patriots may just hold some kind of record for hosting the most awful players that technically won a Super Bowl. Belichick’s system allows for a lot of players to see time on the field who may not be stars in their own right, but find a way to contribute within the system. Then you’ve got guys like Patrick Pass. Despite being famous for his ability to play several positions, Pass wasn’t really great at any of them. His time as a running back for the Patriots was quite dull (4 touchdowns in 79 games) but he was rostered long enough to win three Super Bowls.
Pass finally decided to call it quits in 2009 despite the fact that the Patriots had re-signed him yet again. Pass is now committed to training young people to play football and is currently the head coach of the Boston Freedom Fighters of the Professional Developmental Spring League.