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Game Game: Miami Dolphins vs. New England Patriots, 12/9/18



Bedlam.

Insanity.

Dolphin Football.

Their game looked over. Your seasons too.

Then a miracle.

The Dolphins finished a hook and two sides at the game's last game, from Ryan Tannehill to Kenny Stills to Kenyan Drake for 69 meters and a touchdown. [19659002] Final score: Dolphins 34. Patriots 33.

Drake made the game, but Rob Gronkowski should have taken the action. He had Drake pinned against the sidelines and simply whiffed.

The winner continued to live Dolphin's playoff jump. They improved to 7-6. The patriots fell to 9-4.

Adam Gasa's decision to double trust his defense over his offense almost cost the dolphins his season.

First, it was in Indianapolis and drove on the third and 1

0th in a tie game.

Sunday saw the story rise again.

With Tom Brady hot, the defense cold and the dolphins down 2, Gase ordered a dot of fourth and four at the dolphins 40 by four and

He returned the ball to Tom Brady.

And as he always did, Brady made him.

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Minkah Fitzpatrick seized Josh Gordon arm on a deep pass down the left sideline, pulling an obvious pass interference call inside 10. It set up a 22-yards Stephen Gostkowski field goal.

Brady finished 27 of 43 for 348 meters and three touchdowns. Ryan Tannehill was

Frank Gore rushed for 92 meters on 12 berries.

Everybody looks away. Then plays the decade. The Dolphins hit the patriots home for the fifth time in six years.

The patriots of the truth should have had a lead, probably a big one in the fourth quarter. Stephen Gostkowski missed both an extra points and a 42-yard field goal, plus Tom Brady allowed himself to be fired with a running clock and no timeouts deep in the dolphins of the final play in the first half.

But the dolphins had their ticket share of moving as well.

They had two points blocked. And Kenny Stills inexplicably threw a farm away from the pegs on a fourth quarter run in dolphins.

The first half was nuts.

Forty-eight points.

Four hundred and 63 meters.

seven first downturns.

And a injured Tannehill.

The Dolphins quarterback seemed to hurt his ankle after getting his foot off. But he missed all a game – Dolphin's last in the first half – before returning after half past time.

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