The Patriots have scored 10 points in a game three separate times this season, the latest coming in Sunday's 17-10 loss at Pittsburgh. The offense is certainly not approaching its normal levels of production and Tom Brady has been a big part of that.
The Boston Globe writes that it is hard to draw definitive conclusions on Brady's play at this point. They also wonder what's wrong with the Patriots in 2018. NBC Sports Boston looks at Brady's decision to fade away to the left as he threw his final pass in Pittsburgh. Boston Sports Journal wonders where the offense is as the team prepares for the playoffs.
The Boston Herald offers a report card from the Steelers game.
The Athletic says good teams separate themselves from the bad ones by winning on the road, and too many playoff teams have struggled to do that this season.
The Patriot Ledger says the players are taking accountability for the recent losses. MassLive.com has Brady saying he's not worried about playing on the road despite the fact that the team hasn't been able to win consistently away from Foxborough.
ESPN.com believes the offense is still searching for answers at a time in the season when it usually has them. The run defense is another major area of concern. The Boston Globe looks at those struggles and breaks down the problems.