"I think we're all running out of time and chances, every year that goes by", said Brady, who was without a touchdown pass for the second consecutive post-season game - and just the fourth time since 2001.
"When you're the head coach of the football team you can do whatever you want in terms of how you distribute the workload on your staff and that's one of the advantages of being head coach", he said.
Saturday night's performance made Henry the first player in National Football League postseason history with more than one 150-yard rushing game on the road, and his 444 yards from scrimmage rank second in the Super Bowl era for a player's first three playoff games (behind running back Arian Foster's 501 for the Houston Texans).
Still that did not stop people from celebrating the demise of New England. The Patriots couldn't capitalize though, after being forced to punt on the subsequent drive, and also failed to come up with a key forced fumble against Tannehill in the first half that also could've swung momentum in their favor.
After the game Brady revealed that it was unlikely that he was going to retire but did not commit to coming back to the Patriots next season.
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Brady, 42, is set to become a free agent for the first time in his career.
He completed 20 of 37 passes for 209 yards with no touchdowns. The defending Super Bowl champions are playing on Wild Card weekend. His final throw of the game was an interception returned for a touchdown by Titans' cornerback Logan Ryan to seal the win for Tennessee.
The Patriots got the ball back with less than a half minute remaining but it was on their own one-hard line. The Patriots and their defense will need to be ready for the hot Tennesee Titans offense with Ryan Tannehill at the helm, winning their last seven out of ten games.
After taking a 14-13 lead into halftime, the Titans' defense then held the Patriots scoreless in the second half. The Patriots' nine Super Bowl appearances have occurred after they had earned a bye week. So you can ask all 50 of them and it's going to be the same answer 50 times.
The Patriots host the Tennessee Titans in the AFC playoffs Saturday night.