Brady is seeking to gild his legacy as the greatest quarterback the sport has seen with a sixth Super Bowl.
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The Tennessee Titans can expect to feel the full wrath of an aggrieved Tom Brady and the New England Patriots as the defending Super Bowl champions launch their postseason campaign Saturday.Asked if expected to return to coach New England next season, the famously taciturn Belichick responded with one word – "Absolutely" – insisting he remained solely focused on the Titans.Past controversies, from 2007's Spygate to 2015's Deflategate have invariably brought out the best in Brady and the Patriots, who are rarely more dangerous when they perceive an injustice.Having marched through the regular season with 13-3 record, the Patriots should have too much firepower against the Titans, who finished the regular season 10-7, and scraped past the Kansas City Chiefs last weekend with a 22-21 victory in the first round of the playoffs.Quarterback Matt Ryan is adamant that the Atlanta Falcons, who finished the regular season 10-6, have the ability to upset the No. 1 seeded Eagles.
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