The day after one of the worst losses in recent franchise history, Patriots coach Bill Belichick said not much has changed.

The NFL says it was wrong to penalize Husain Abdullah after his slid into a Muslim prayer following his pick-six of Tom Brady Monday night.

Bill Belichick spent most of Monday night searching for answers that never came. (Peter Aiken/Getty Images)This one was on the coaches.



Bill Belichick spoke for 10 minutes after Monday night’s debacle in Kansas City but he didn’t need many words to sum up what he felt after his team was beaten in every possible manner, 41-14, by the Chiefs.

Tom Brady and the Patriots suffered a humiliating 41-14 loss to the Chiefs Monday night.</p>
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If you’re a member of the New England Patriots, this might be a very good week to wear ear muffs and “ignore the noise” around Gillette Stadium

In one of the worst losses of the Bill Belichick era, the Patriots were dominated on both sides of the ball Monday night in Kansas City, as the Chiefs crushed New England, 41-14.

The Patriots released their inactive players for Monday night’s game against the Chiefs in Kansas City. They are: wide receivers Kenbrell Thompkins and Aaron Dobson, offensive linemen Jordan Devey and Josh Kline, cornerback Alfonzo Dennard, defensive end Zach Moore and defensive lineman Casey Walker.

The NFL finishes its first quarter Monday night with the Patriots-Chiefs game in Kansas City. And a common complaint from New England has been: "We don't know who the Patriots are so far!"