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MIAMI GARDENS https://www.patriotsfanstore.com/Jason-Mccourty-Jersey , Fla. (AP) — The celebratory mob scene in the corner of the end zone broke out far from Ryan Tannehill, leaving him in the open field, running and screaming as he waved his arms. Since he couldn’t find anyone to hug, he flopped to the grass on his back, the job done and the game won.“I collapsed — just the emotion of the whole thing,” Tannehill said.Sixteen seconds from defeat, Tannehill threw a short pass and then watched his teammates save the season with the “Drake Escape.”Kenyan Drake ran the last 52 yards as the Dolphins scored on a pass and double lateral on the final play Sunday to beat the New England Patriots 34-33. With that, Miami lived up to its nickname — the Magic City.“They just made one more play than we did,” Patriots coach Bill Belichick said.And what a play. The Patriots were on the verge of clinching their 10th consecutive AFC East title when the Dolphins lined up at their 31 after a kickoff return trailing 33-28.“We had them right where we wanted,” Tannehill said dryly. “Not really surprised with how things turned out.”He threw a 14-yard pass to Kenny Stills, who lateraled to DeVante Parker, who quickly lateraled to Drake along the sideline. He cut toward the middle and found a seam, helped by a block from guard Ted Larsen at the 30.Drake beat two Patriots to the corner of the end zone — defensive back J.C. Jackson and tight end Rob Gronkowski Kyle Van Noy Color Rush Jersey , who was on the field as part of New England’s prevent defense.“Drake runs a 4.3, and Gronk probably runs a 4.6 or 4.7, so you feel good about that matchup,” Tannehill said.Then came one last pass to punctuate the play — Drake reared back for a celebratory heave into the stands as the Dolphins’ bench emptied and teammates swarmed him.“Football,” said Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, “is a crazy game.”The Dolphins call the play “Boise” because it was borrowed from the Boise State playbook, and they had been working on it all year.“You rep it in practice over and over,” receiver Kenny Stills said. “Sometimes it’s like, ‘Why are we doing this?’ And now we know why.”It brought to mind other NFL last-second stunners, including Roger Staubach’s “Hail Mary”, the “Miracle in the Meadowlands” and the “Immaculate Reception”. The play was the longest from scrimmage to win a game with no time remaining in the fourth quarter since the 1970 merger.Brady threw for 358 yards and three scores, but the stunned Patriots (9-4) lost in Miami for the fifth time in their past six visits. The Dolphins (7-6) came from behind five times to help their slim wild-card chances.“We’re playing one week at a time right now,” Miami coach Adam Gase said. “Any loss could be the end.”The Patriots’ Stephen Gostkowski missed an extra point for the first time in 38 tries this season early in the game Chris Hogan Jersey , and also missed a 42-yard field goal try. But his 32-yarder to cap a 55-yard drive put the Patriots ahead 30-28 with 6:45 left.Belichick opted to have Gostkowski kick a 22-yarder in the closing seconds rather than pin the Dolphins near their goal line. Instead, Miami returned the ensuing kickoff to the 31 — and on the next play pulled off a miracle.Brady broke the NFL record for career touchdown passes including postseason and now has 582, three more than Peyton Manning. His scores covered 2 yards to Julian Edelman, 37 to Cordarrelle Patterson and 16 to Gronkowski .Tannehill missed two plays at the end of the first half after a teammate stepped on his right foot . He returned to start the second half, and his 23-yard touchdown pass to Brice Butler put the Dolphins ahead 28-27 late in the third quarter.But they managed only three first downs and no points thereafter — until the final play.FRANTIC SEQUENCEThe teams swapped touchdowns and the lead for five consecutive possessions in the second quarter over an entertaining span covering less than 11 minutes.Miami’s fourth-string running back Brandon Bolden, who spent six years with the Patriots, scored untouched on a career-long 54-yard run up the middle, and added a 6-yard scoring run.MISSED OPPORTUNITYThe Patriots squandered a scoring chance at the end of the first half. With 14 seconds left and no timeouts, Brady took the snap at the Miami 2, and when he was sacked by Robert Quinn the clock ran out, leaving the Patriots with a 27-21 lead.MOVING UPMiami’s Frank Gore ran for 92 yards and had a 24-yard catch, giving him 18,530 career yards from scrimmage Stephon Gilmore Color Rush Jersey , surpassing LaDainian Tomlinson (18,456) for the fifth-most in NFL history. Next up for Gore are Hall of Famers Marshall Faulk (19,154), Walter Payton (21,264), Emmitt Smith (21,579) and Jerry Rice (23,540).INJURY REPORTX-rays of Tannehill’s right ankle were negative, but he acknowledged it didn’t feel good after the game. “I rolled it pretty good,” he said. “Got X-rays and buttoned it up tight.”Tannehill finished 14 for 19 for 265 yards, three scores and no turnovers. He has won nine consecutive home starts.UP NEXTNew England plays Sunday at Pittsburgh. The Patriots also traveled there in Week 15 last year, and won 27-24.Miami plays Sunday at Minnesota. TEAM TALKErik Scalavino shares the news, notes and locker-room buzz from Monday at Gillette: Patriots return from bye week.John Rooke’s View from Above: Being thankful for what we’ve had.ConferenceCalls transcripts: Bill Belichick - Josh McDaniels - Brian Flores.Press Conference transcript: Matthew Slater.Press Pass: Patriots players meet the media and talk about Bill Belichick’s motto of Football starts after Thanksgiving. (1 min. video)LOCAL LINKSZack Cox begins scouting the Jets https://www.patriotsfanstore.com/Marcus-Cannon-Jersey , with four things to know about this week’s opponent: 1. They’re in a tailspin.Nick O’Malley hears from Matthew Slater on the Jets, “It’s like a rivalry game in college, the records don’t matter.”Karen Guregian is looking for the Patriots to find their usual second-half groove.Evan Lazar examines how the Patriots defense has evolved under new play-caller Brian Flores.Ian Logue (PatsFans) 6 Patriots thoughts coming off the bye week. 3. Dwayne Allen on crutches might be a bigger deal than we think.Kevin Duffy Patriots Notebook: Chris Hogan confident despite drop in production.Darren Hartwell notes Tom Brady ‘decompressed’ exactly as you would have expected during the bye week, ‘watching the entire season a couple of times’ on film.Ryan Hannable makes the case that Rob Gronkowski may be more important than ever to the Patriots.Phil Perry says that with Shaq Mason and Trent Brown apparently ready to go on Sunday, the Patriots offensive line may be fully intact Sunday. Mike Reiss reports Chris Hogan is staying upbeat and focused on doing what’s best for the team.Ryan Hannable notes Chris Hogan isn’t concerned with his lack of targets in recent games.Ryan Hannable hears Bill Belichick scoff at question about Chris Hogan’s recent production: “He’s one of our hardest workers... We have a lot of confidence in Chris and our entire offense.”Doug Kyed finds Sony Michel feeling ‘strong’ coming off a knee injury after the bye.Karen Guregian relays Bill Belichick on how ‘there’s no magical solution’ to fixing how the Patriots have been outscored by their opponents in the first and third quarters by a significant margin. “It comes down to execution.”Mike Dussault (PatsPropaganda) Trey Flowers or bust in free agency 2019.Michael Hurley explores how beating the Patriots this season has proven to be a bit of a death sentence for teams.Matt Dolloff points out how the curse of beating the Patriots continues: The three teams that have beaten the Pats this season - the Jaguars, Lions, and Titans - are a combined 4-12 since those wins.Tom E. Curran is the rain on everyone’s parade with his latest “why this may be the last ride for Patriots Dynasty 2.0” column.Thomas Murphy (DiehardBostonSportsFans) Tom Brady has not had a Hall Of Fame career. /Hint: Read past the headline.Mike Dussault (PatsPropaganda) Pats Posits: Maybe the Pats are just bored.Ryan Hannable notes Josh McDaniels isn’t surprised the Saints used a Patriots’ play on Sunday, sees taking plays from opponents a common occurrence across the league now.Zack Cox tells us what the Chief’s Monday Night loss means for the Patriots.Matt Dolloff points out how the Steelers’ win on Sunday puts the pressure on the Pats to run the table in their fight for a playoff bye week.Justin Leger hears Tom Brady explain why Ray Lewis is the defensive player ‘he sees in his nightmares’ on last night’s Westwood One interview.Alex Reimer pokes at ‘second-rate Fox Sports radio host Jason McIntyre’ who made the brave proclamation that ‘the book is out on Tom Brady: ‘He ain’t going to beat you running the football’.Ricky Doyle notes Benjamin Watson sees similarities between the 2018 Saints and the 2007 Patriots. Nick O’Malley highlights Darrelle Revis on Bleacher Report’s ‘Stick to Football’ podcast: The ‘real Bill Belichick’ isn’t the grump you see on TV.NATIONAL NEWSConor Orr (SI) Rams-Chiefs broke the NFL for good, so what happens next?Robert Mays (The Ringer) Rams-Chiefs gave us the blueprint for NFL roster construction.Kevin Seifert (ESPN) Why NFL’s ‘all-star’ game was sloppy, and why experiment should end.Albert Breer (SI) Monday Afternoon QB: How Ben Roethlisberger motivated the Steelers, the Bills’ resilience and more NFL notes.Gregg Rosenthal (NFL.com) The Debrief, Week 11: Offensive revolution peaks in Rams-Chiefs.Kevin Clark (The Ringer) The five must-see matchups to watch in Week 12.Darin Gantt (ProFootballTalk) Sam Darnold holding out hope for this week.Josh Alper (ProFootballTalk) Rams-Chiefs produced more touchdowns than the Bills have all season.Michael David Smith (ProFootballTalk) AFC playoff picture: Chiefs stay on top of a wide-open race.Robert Mays (The Ringer) The Starting 11: It’s officially NFL playoff bubble-watch season.

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