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New England Patriots Chairman and CEO Robert Kraft throws a football into the crowd following a launch of a Patriots New Hampshire Lottery scratch ticket game at the State House in Concord on Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2017.

New England Patriots Chairman and CEO Robert Kraft throws a football into the crowd following a launch of a Patriots New Hampshire Lottery scratch ticket game at the State House in Concord on Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2017. (ELIZABETH FRANTZ / Concord Monitor)

Just because you’re not Tom Brady doesn’t mean you can’t score (in New Hampshire, at least).

The New England Patriots have kicked off a new season of Patriots-themed scratch ticket games in the state, marking the sixth year of a partnership between the New Hampshire Lottery Commission and the football team, the Concord Monitor reported on Tuesday.

The $5 scratch tickets, which went on sale today, feature four $100,000 grand prizes along with other prizes ranging from $5 to $100. There also will be an opportunity for players to enter a series of second-chance drawings for Patriots tickets.

For other scratch-related things, check out this video of a bear in Charlestown.