Tom Brady Responds To Dion Lewis’ Trashing Of The Patriots

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Several things happened to the Patriots in their 34-10 loss to the Titans on Sunday in Nashville, and all of them were of the cats-chasing-dogs variety.

"I can't deny the fact I played there for eight years and we had a lot of success". "That's what happens when you go cheap". And no matter where you stand on him sitting out, he's likely to get what he's looking for.

"Hell yeah it's personal", Lewis said, according to NFL Network's Mike Giardi.

Titans cornerback Malcolm Butler is another player that exacted revenge upon the Patriots. I just had to let our team know that these guys are beatable. Instead, Bell made good on a threat he made almost 11 months ago, when he said he would consider sitting out the season if the team kept him from free agency via a second franchise tag. "I know that you be physical with them and let 'em have it and they'll fold". We've had guys come from other teams and they have wanted to beat that team.

As reported by Adam Schefter of ESPN, Bell has no intentions of playing this season as he holds out for a long-term contract in favor of the one-year franchise tag the Steelers had placed on him.

"It's a real sweet win", Lewis said. Former Patriots defensive back Logan Ryan ended the first half by sacking Brady for a 7-yard loss. "Yeah, we'll see how it goes".

Then it was the Detroit Lions, led by Matt Patricia, who after spending 14 seasons with the Patriots was more than happy to use all of that detailed inside information to his advantage.

"Yeah we've definitely noticed some of the things that we're getting on early downs, third downs and in the red area, in two-minute, long-yardage and short-yardage - they're definite trends that we've see", Belichick explained.

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