Dolphins snatch win over Patriots with incredible last-gasp touchdown

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The New England Patriots quarterback tossed his 580th score in the second quarter against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday night to surpass Peyton Manning.

Amendola finished with just one catch for 10 yards in the game, but he was undoubtedly thrilled with the insane victory over his former team. The good news of course is that this team doesn't know how to stop playing and because of that resilience they were able to pull out the unimaginable and improve to 7-6 and delaying the Patriots 10th consecutive division title.

"To tell you the truth, I just kind of blacked out".

The running back evaded one tackle before coming inside and then beating the final four defenders to score in the corner.

'Those guys executed it as well as you could, ' Gase said.

There are three games to go and Miami has to play as though their season hangs on every one of them because it does. "Any loss could be the end".

In some ways, I like this one better, it's like a heart monitor that shows you how insane that fourth quarter was before the Stefon Diggs catch and run.

David Hallyday règle ses comptes avec Laeticia en chanson
Alors je lui dis: " Tu vas me l'envoyer ce disque ou pas? Et pourtant, Johnny Hallyday ne pouvait pas supporter Hélène Darroze ... Il veut me le faire écouter personnellement , il veut nous le faire écouter. "Pour moi, il est toujours là".

"I was looking to make a block so they wouldn't throw me the ball", Larsen said.

"Coach Belichick outsmarted himself having Rob Gronkowski on the field for a 70-yard Hail Mary and keeping his best defensive player on the sidelines, Devin McCourty", Rodney Harrison said on Football Night in America.

Drake sprinted the final 52 yards after receiving a lateral from DeVante Parker, who got the ball from Kenny Stills.

"That was a awful play by me", Brady said.

Whereas Miami's play resulted in three laterals and and 70 yards to goal, Boise State's only needed one lateral after the pass, and required only 50 yards to goal.

Before we get there, let's take a look at a few interesting storylines from the action this week, starting with those teams who picked up key wins. Miami also moved into a tie with Baltimore, Indianapolis and Tennessee for the No. 6 AFC playoff spot.