Video: The official Tom Brady send-off after 20-13 loss to Titans

Tom Brady and the New England Patriots season ended on Saturday, January 4th, 2020 in a 20-13 loss to the Tennessee Titans. It ended with Tom throwing a pick 6 in the closing seconds to former Patriot, Logan Ryan. The week prior against the Dolphins, Tom Brady threw a pick 6 to another former Patriot in Eric Rowe where they also lost 27-24.

Is the dynasty dead? If so, what’s next?

The dynasty may be over as there are talks swirling of Tom retiring or perhaps joining the Los Angeles Chargers. That would be a fit because Tom could be closer to where he grew up, on a team with a better supporting cast, and in a warm climate which his wife Gisele has been pushing for. Time will tell, but for now we have a wonderful Tom Brady send-off video for your viewing pleasure. We hope you enjoy the video that follows an ad from our great friends and sponsors, Noble Apparel!

The official Tom Brady send-off video

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Logan Ryan’s pick 6 to win the game 20-13

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K.C. shows grit in Miami, Forging identity

Travis Kelce shows off his athleticism in an attempted hurdle over Cortland Finnegan.

No team needed a win more, SOMETHING positive to build upon going further into the 2014 regular season, than the Kansas City Chiefs. With early injuries ravaging a young roster in the  process of a new regime’s turnover, their best player being one of those nursing an injury, and going into Sunday’s action 0-2 in a division featuring the likes of future H.O.F.’er Peyton Manning and currently popular early season MVP-pick Philip Rivers. With 2 games against Denver, 2 against San Diego, and unfavorable upcoming match-ups versus New England, San Francisco, Seattle, Arizona, and Pittsburgh the Chiefs couldn’t afford to fall to 0-3…an impossible hole to overcome.

Kansas City played two very good quarters against Miami between the 2nd quarter and 4th.

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