By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special contributor

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Patriots QB Tom Brady is arguably the best in NFL history. But this season he has started to show tendencies that defenses can use against him.

Brady does not want to take hits anymore. He will take a non-hit sack by falling down to avoid contact, he will throw the ball away quickly under immediate pressure or check down to a receiver short of the first down to get the ball out of his hand.LandryChaseBrady

This does not indicate that Brady isn’t tough, because he is tough, but he has become savvier in his last few years to avoid hits.

The Titans must put pressure on the QB to force him into these mistakes.

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