Tom Brady shares what he needs to do better after 9 games of season


The past few days have been very different for the Patriots, as following a 8-0 start to the year they are now dealing with a loss following the 37-20 defeat in Baltimore Sunday night.

“We all hate losing. That’s sports. There is nothing we can do about it at this point, too," Tom Brady said Monday on Westwood One Radio with Jim Gray. "The emotion of the game, it stings right after and then you move on from it. I have just been watching a bunch of things today trying to figure out what I need to do better. We are going to take that and try and move that forward as we move on to our bye week and then the following week against the Eagles.”

So, what are the things Brady can be better at?

“A lot of things," he said. "I feel like I need to make better decisions with the ball, do a better job with some checks and so forth. So yeah, a lot of things at the quarterback position that are my responsibility that I have to put us in the best position to win every week.”

Through nine weeks, Brady is completing 64.8 percent of his passes (16th), averaging 281.8 yards passing per game (eighth), thrown 14 touchdowns (tied 11th) and five interceptions (tied 13th) for a QB rating of 93.1 (18th).

Brady and the Patriots will practice a few days this week before getting the weekend off for their bye.