FOXBOROUGH -- Tom Brady is one of the winningest quarterbacks in NFL history, but it’s the losses that leave a lasting imprint, he said. Sunday night’s 41-34 loss to San Francisco is the most recent defeat, but Brady said they don’t get any easier to deal with.
“I don’t think you get over any loss you ever had. I probably remember every single one,” Brady said Wednesday. “That’s part of being mentally tough, is to move forward and learn from your mistakes, understand what you need to do better. That’s what the last two days have been about, as well as getting ready for Jacksonville and the different things that they do to try to screw up offenses.”