"Hell yeah, it's personal", Lewis said after the game. "You get your ass kicked". "I know that you [can] be physical with them and let 'em have it and they'll fold".
And that's exactly what former Patriots linebacker and current Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Vrabel did during their huge upset over the Pats today. "I am trying to throw the ball to the guy I think is going to be most open based on the play, and what we're running, and what the defense has called". I know I can play. He went on to sign a four-year deal with the Titans but wanted to wait this week to talk about the Patriots until after the game.
So, now what for the Patriots, who had their six-game winning streak snapped Sunday? We'll just take our lumps and try and learn from them.
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McSally's campaign and state-level GOP officials ignored national Republicans' tactics of casting doubt on the election's results. He strongly backed last year's tax cut bill but criticized Trump's positions on free trade.
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But it's little Louis who really steals the show with his dusting of light-brown hair, white t-shirt and baby blue shorts. The couple - who married in May and are expecting their first child - rarely let go of one another's hands in public.
They're two games behind the 9-1 Chiefs in the chase for the No. 1 seed in the AFC for home-field advantage, but they have beaten Kansas City, which would give them the head-to-head tiebreaker edge if the two end up tied.
As for another team that is making a strong case when it comes to being one of the hottest in football, the Los Angeles Chargers continue to find new ways to impress each week, and watching them earn their sixth win in a row shows how much this team means business. "That's what happens when you go cheap". As such, Brady's mindset isn't going to waver as the Patriots make a playoff push.
Tennessee built a 17-3 lead in the first quarter against a Patriots team that had allowed an average of 4.3 first-quarter points per game this season.