[nesn_embed service=springboard src=”http://cms.springboardplatform.com/embed_iframe/899/video/1216857/nesn003/nesn.com/10″]Tom Brady still feels the sting of the New England Patriots’ 26-21 loss to the Green Bay Packers.
The Patriots quarterback felt confident leading up to Sunday’s highly anticipated matchup, with that confidence extending all the way into the final moments of the fourth quarter at Lambeau Field. But facing a five-point deficit, the Patriots failed to score after having the ball on the Packers’ 20-yard line with under four minutes to play.
“I just felt like we were going to win that game,” Brady said on WEEI’s “Dennis & Callahan Morning Show” on Tuesday. “We went into the game realizing how important of a game it was and what we needed to do to rise to the occasion. I don’t think you could have asked for anything more — having a chance to go ahead with three and a half minutes to go in the game. If someone said…
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