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7-3, 1st in AFC East

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Tom Brady was asked in his weekly Westwood One interview if he believes his play has slipped from last year. "Everything is different from one year to the next. I think you keep working at it in the same way, and those things haven't changed for me. I'm sure some of my statistics have changed, but I feel good out there. Do I want to play better? I absolutely want to play better. I want to play as best as I possibly can for my team. .... Certainly [Sunday] was not a great performance."

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Patriots WR Julian Edelman's ankle injury is not considered serious and he's not expected miss much, if any, time, a source tells ESPN's Adam Schefter. Edelman will be monitored, but the outlook appears positive for now.

Rex's take on Patriots makes Greeny walk off (1:14)

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Patriots offensive snaps: Chris Hogan's 54 snaps as the No. 3 WR, coupled with his lack of targets(1)/catches (0), stands out. This was a 3-wide game with little distribution to targets other than Josh Gordon (12 targets/4 catches) and Julian Edelman (12 targets/9 catches).

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Patriots defensive snaps: Limited workload for designated pass-rusher Adrian Clayborn (8) shows how D didn't get Titans into favorable situations.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Stephon Gilmore, who appeared to be battling a cold, acknowledged after Sunday's game that it wasn't his best. Of Titans receiver Corey Davis (7 catches, 125 yards, TD), he said, "He just had a better day today. ... I could have won that matchup a little bit more, but he made some plays. I have to give my hats off to them."

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Fan in critical condition after fall at Titans game

An adult fan is in critical condition after falling from a seating area in the lower bowl during the Tennessee Titans' game against the New England Patriots on Sunday, police in Nashville said.

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Titans' Lewis calls beating 'cheap' Pats 'personal'

After his 68 total yards of offense helped Tennessee thrash his old team, former New England running back Dion Lewis didn't hold back with his comments about beating the Patriots.

Brady on loss: 'Just a bad day for all of us' (0:37)
Belichick on loss: 'We didn't do much of anything well' (0:19)
Brady, Mariota both haul in catches (0:47)

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

The Patriots trail the Titans 24-10 at halftime, and they deserve to be in the hole based on the way they played, with a lack of energy and execution early. The Patriots will likely need a pass-catcher other than Josh Gordon and Julian Edelman to step up in the second half, as the options outside of those two players have been quiet.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Patriots starting left tackle Trent Brown left the game late in the second quarter due to an illness. He was announced as questionable to return, and after halftime, he was back on the field for one series before departing again due to a back injury. Brown had missed practices on Wednesday and Thursday due to an illness. LaAdrian Waddle is the top backup.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Poor coverage on the opening kickoff return, struggles to get off blocks, being a step slow in coverage (Stephon Gilmore with early trouble) and a Josh Gordon third-down drop on a laser over the middle contributed to the Patriots falling behind 17-3 early. This is the fourth time this season the Patriots have trailed by at least 10 points in a game. The last time before today was Week 7 at the Bears (won 38-31).

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Patriots inactives: S Obi Melifonwu, CB Keion Crossen, RB Kenjon Barner, OT Matt Tobin, RG Shaq Mason, TE Rob Gronkowski, DE Derek Rivers. This means that RB Sony Michel returns for first time since injuring knee Oct. 21 in Chicago. Also, starting LT Trent Brown (illness), special teams captain Matthew Slater (illness) and TE Jacob Hollister (hamstring) — all of whom were questionable — are good to go today.

David Purdum ESPN Staff Writer 

A big decision is brewing between the betting majority and Las Vegas sportsbooks in the Patriots-Titans game. Just over an hour before kickoff, the SuperBook at Westgate Las Vegas emphasized the Titans as the book's biggest need, followed by the underdog Raiders. Caesars and Station Casinos also pointed to the Titans as among their biggest decisions of the day.

Ben Fawkes ESPN Staff Writer 

The Titans are 5-1 ATS with four outright wins as an underdog this season. Can they make it 6-1 as 6.5-point home 'dogs against New England?

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Tom Brady wears the shades as he arrives at Nissan Stadium.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Josh Gordon stands out -- on and off the field.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

The first two people off the Patriots' first bus arriving at Nissan Stadium: Bill and Steve Belichick.

Team Stats

Passing Yards268.711th
Rushing Yards108.518th
Points For28.07th
Points Against23.614th