FOXBOROUGH, MA. (AP) — The New England Patriots’ season ended Saturday night, with a 20-13 wild-card loss to the Tennessee Titans. Derrick Henry rushed for 182 yards and a touchdown while Tennessee's defense stymied Tom Brady in New England’s first wild-card matchup in a decade.
Brady said he has no plans to retire. The six-time Super Bowl champion said he doesn't want to predict the future, but that it was pretty unlikely Saturday's game would be his last. He is not under contract for next season. Brady completed 20 of 37 passes for 209 yards against Tennessee in the loss.
Tennessee is headed to Baltimore for a divisional playoff game.
New England went 104 home games between suffering consecutive home losses, the longest stretch in NFL history, according to ESPN. The second-longest run was 88 games by the Miami Dolphins from 1976-86.
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