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New England Patriots Troll Chargers With Pregame Thermometer Just Before Divisional Game

13 January 2019, 10:09 | Anna Jefferson

Sarah Thomas will make history Sunday as the first female to officiate an NFL playoff game Source Eric Christian Smith AP

Sarah Thomas will be first female to officiate NFL playoff game

It has certainly been a hard week for the Chargers defensive lineman, as his 7-week-old daughter, Makenna, passed away on Thursday after dealing with a defective heart condition.

Mebane has been away from the team for most of December to be with his wife and children after the premature birth of their daughter, Makenna.

Looking ahead to their Divisional Round playoff matchup against the Los Angeles Chargers, the New England Patriots released a hype video for their fans.

In Los Angeles right now, it's 52 degrees with the sun out. Because of her defective heart condition, his daughter did not have a heart valve, which required surgery to fix.

"We're playing the Chargers, we're not playing the weather", Belichick said. Many babies die within the first days or weeks of life, according to the National Institutes of Health.

Mebane, who is in his third season with the team, said that he planned to play in the big game against the Patriots.

Makenna was born November 12 without complications, but five weeks earlier than expected. He played the last two games of the regular season, but missed Los Angeles' playoff game against the Baltimore Ravens.

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