"We do what we always do". We're going to need another one next week. "I think that's kind of been the mindset through this entire season". He has really struggled with turnovers this year and that's something that can't happen against the Patriots.
With Brady at the helm, the Patriots are 6-1 against the Titans, and the star quarterback has 13 touchdowns and one interception in those games.
"He saw some of the things that he missed by trying to bounce some things", Titans coach Mike Mularkey said.
Meanwhile, the Philadelphia Eagles' defence held firm late in the game as they booked their place in the NFC Championship game after beating last season's Super Bowl finalists the Atlanta Falcons 15-10.
"It's a playoff game, so it's not like it's the preseason where I can go out there, [say] 'Oh, it's Brady, ' and I'm chillin, ' " said Tennessee safety Kevin Byard, who tied for the league lead in interceptions. I don't care what comes out, what's said.
"Whether you are pressuring or whether you are going coverage, if he knows where you are going, then he is going to be pretty effective", LeBeau said. Since 2001, the Patriots are 37-1 when they have five or more sacks in a game. I want to make him look like [Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback] Blake Bortles if I can to try to catch a couple picks. Tom Brady and the Patriots offense began just dissecting the Tennessee defense.
This pits the oldest and youngest quarterbacks in the playoffs.
Marcus Mariota struggled in the face of pressure, the majority of which came from simple three- or four-man rushes.
Those 16 years represent the biggest age gap for starting quarterbacks in postseason history.
MARIOTA SHOWED PROMISEThe Titans scored first as Marcus Mariota threw a flawless pass to Corey Davis, who made an incredible one-handed diving catch in the end zone to give the Titans a 7-0 lead with 1:14 remaining in the first quarter. But Brady downplayed the experience-versus-youth story line.
"You don't play to come and lose in the divisional playoff", Mariota said.
Neither team could find their way into the end zone in the second half, however two field goals from Philadelphia kicker Jake Elliott proved the difference as the Eagles took a 15-10 win to move into the NFC championship. "Unless you have some issue going on with your family or something like that, there is nothing else that can distract you". The Titans Defense wilted in New England and had no answers for short passes, specifically to the Patriots Running Attack. He was sacked eight times, a Patriots playoff record. The biggest reason the Titans toppled the Chiefs was Derrick Henry and Marcus Mariota combining for more than 200 rushing yards.
How teams compare statistically.
New England looked like the number one seed coming off a bye last night.
"If it's a one-on-one tackling situation, it's extremely hard to get him down in that instance", Patricia said.