The New England Patriots lost to the New York Jets 17-3. With the season officially over for this franchise, Bill Belichick finally addressed his future with the franchise amid the rumors of him potentially departing from the team.

But of course, Belichick didn't provide much information. All he said is that he'll be meeting with team owner Robert Kraft “like he always does” with the season concluded, according to Ari Meirov of The 33rd Team.

“Patriots HC Bill Belichick says he will speak with owner Robert Kraft like he always does after a season, and they will discuss the future. Belichick would not answer any further questions about his future.”

All signs are pointing toward the Patriots moving on from Bill Belichick. However, nothing is guaranteed right now. This meeting with Kraft likely determines what direction the franchise wants to go next season. With that in mind, many expect Belichick to be a head coach next season, whether that's with New England or not.

Belichick is obviously going to the Hall of Fame once he's eligible. He's had an amazing run with the Patriots. If this was his final game in New England, Bill Belichick will finish his tenure with a 302-165 record. He currently has 333 career wins as a head coach. He's just 15 away from surpassing Don Shula's all-time record. Belichick also won six Super Bowls during his time with the franchise.

This might just be the most interesting offseason in the NFL to date. There are plenty of rumors floating around the fact the Patriots may actually move on from Bill Belichick is insane. But with how things have gone since Tom Brady's departure, it makes sense for New England to go a different direction.