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New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady BOOED off by angry fans during loss to Kansas City despite winning three of last five Super Bowls

  • Tom Brady is the only player in NFL history to have won six Super Bowls  
  • Brady and the Patriots have struggled recently, dropping three of their last five 
  • The quarterback was booed off by Patriots fans at halftime of Sunday’s loss 
  • The visiting Chiefs handed the Patriots their first home defeat since 2017  

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and his teammates were booed off the field by fans before halftime of their 23-16 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday – the defending Super Bowl champion’s first home defeat since 2017. 

Although Brady was later cheered as a second-half rally fell just short, the six-time Super Bowl champion did endure a chorus of boos while entering the locker room trailing 20-7 at the half.   

‘You hear cheers, you hear boos,’ Brady told reporters afterwards. ‘That’s part of being in sports.’

The 42-year-old Brady said his reaction was to ‘go play better,’ which the team did in the second half, outscoring the Chiefs 9-3 as New England’s 21-game home winning streak was snapped. 

Brady, whose throwing elbow was bandaged after the loss, completed just 19 of 36 passes on the game for 169 yards and a touchdown. He was also sacked three times and tossed an interception for the second consecutive game.

Brady threw only one touchdown as the New England Patriots lost at home to Kansas City 

Patriots supporters boo their team after a lacklustre first-half showing at Gillette Stadium

Patriots supporters boo their team after a lacklustre first-half showing at Gillette Stadium 

Brady was seen with heavy strapping on his right arm at his post-match press conference

Brady was seen with heavy strapping on his right arm at his post-match press conference 

TOM BRADY’S CAREER 

  • Age: 42
  • Position: Quarterback  
  • Team: New England Patriots (2000-)
  • Six Super Bowls (2001, 2003, 2004, 2014, 2016, 2018)
  • Nine AFC titles (2001, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2011, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018) 
  • Four Super Bowl MVP awards (2001, 2003, 2014, 2016)
  • Three NFL MVP awards (2007, 2010, 2017)

The quarterback himself threw just one touchdown, was intercepted once and threw for a mediocre total of 169 yards. 

Despite the loss, the Patriots still have a season record of 10-3 which will likely see them through to the play-offs, and they are still top of their AFC East division. 

Brady, who has won three out of the past five Super Bowls, was keen to downplay the significance of the last two weeks – the Patriots lost last week to the Houston Texans. 

‘I don’t want to make any predictions’, Brady said at his post-match press conference. 

‘I think we come in with a plan to get better every week and try to win each game. Each game takes on a little different feel and the situations are a little different, and it’s a different team every year, too.

Brady is sacked by Chiefs player Chris Jones during the third quarter on Sunday evening

Brady is sacked by Chiefs player Chris Jones during the third quarter on Sunday evening 

Brady argues with an official during Sunday's defeat - New England's second on the spin

Brady argues with an official during Sunday’s defeat – New England’s second on the spin 

Brady looked unsurprisingly downbeat following another disappointing Patriots performance

Brady looked unsurprisingly downbeat following another disappointing Patriots performance 

‘So, I may have certain experience doing things, but this particular team as a whole hasn’t been through different situations. 

‘So, you just try to work through them over the course of the whole season, and we have three big games to go, and we’ve got to get back to winning football.’ 

New England have three games left of the regular season, away to the Cincinatti Benglas next week before two games at home to Buffalo and the Miami Dolphins.

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