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Pats Pulpit Podcast Episode 185: Patriots season ends with a whimper against the Titans

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The Patriots season ended quietly over Wild Card weekend, completing one of the most forgettable Patriots’ seasons in recent memory.

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NFL: JAN 04 AFC Wild Card - Titans at Patriots Photo by Fred Kfoury III/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

The New England Patriots allowed the Tennessee Titans and running back Derrick Henry to walk all over them in the first half, and Tom Brady and the offense played another lackluster game. The Patriots lost 20-13, thanks to a last-second pick-six from Tom Brady, which meant that the Patriots just needed two touchdowns and a field goal to win the game- and the hapless Patriots offense was unable to deliver.

So what now? What lies in the future for Tom Brady, Bill Belichick, and the Patriots? Devin McCourty, Kyle Van Noy, Joe Thuney, and many others are free agents, and it’s clear that the existing offensive cast is not enough to compete against the high-flying Baltimore Ravens and Kansas City Chiefs. How can the Patriots recover? And for how much longer can Patriots fans count on Tom Brady?

Alec and Rich cover it all. This podcast is available in the iTunes store, Stitcher, TuneIn, BluBrry, Podcast Mirror and via RSS Feed. Please subscribe and comment on what you want to hear about in future podcasts!

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