Tom Brady's future with Patriots 'truly is a wait-and-see' situation


It could be his last game at Gillette Stadium, as Brady will be a free agent in March. The 42-year-old Brady is in the final year of his contract and he could very well be playing his final game in a New England uniform.

"As much as all those other games were great to be a part of, they're not going to help us win this game, " Brady said. The two sides have had no contract talks since they agreed to a revised deal back in August.

"Just trying to focus on what I need to do and this is a team that gives you a lot of challenges, and [we] just have to go out there and try to play really well".

Titans fans are staying humble, though, but there is definitely a general confidence that this resurgent team actually has a legit shot of walking into Foxborough and grabbing a win on Saturday night. While New England has been the team to beat in the National Football League the last two decades, is the dynasty finally coming to an end? Brady is 20-3 in home playoff games, and has more career playoff victories (30) than all of the other starting quarterbacks combined in this year's postseason.

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The troubling thing for Patriots fans is that Brady didn't say anything that resembled, "I plan to be here next year".

The most effective matchup figures to be Titans CB Logan Ryan, a Patriot for his first 4 seasons, masking Julian Edelman, Tom Brady's favourite goal. "It's felt like a normal week for me, so I just approach practice like I always have and try to do the best I could do".

Brady said he's not thinking about the possibility of his career coming to a close in New England. "That's what I'm going to do this weekend as well".