The Miami Dolphins running back was still in disbelief after his side stunned AFC East rivals the Patriots on the last play of the game on Sunday, recording a 34-33 home victory courtesy of a 69-yard lateral play as time expired.
"It starts with me". I said, 'Look, sorry Gronk, ' he's a great player but I got somewhere to be. "We'll work to try to achieve that", Belichick said Monday in his day-after-game conference call, as he fielded multiple questions on the breakdown.
Gronkowski's postgame reaction on the loss: "It sucked".
"Gronk was in because that is a "last play" defense".
"I've never seen anything like that in my entire life", Amendola said after the win.
Regardless of where you watched the "Miracle in Miami" or what network you saw it on, it seems like one of those sports finishes that isn't going to be forgotten anytime soon.
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But then, the Dolphins pulled off one of the craziest, flukiest, most jaw-dropping touchdowns in National Football League history to stea the victory 34-33 with no time left on the clock.
"Those guys executed it as well as you could", coach Adam Gase said.
If you're a Patriots fan, get ready to hear about this for the rest of the season, and possibly the rest of your life. 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.
New England quarterback Tom Brady finished Sunday's game with 358 yards and three touchdowns on 27-of-43 passing. They make bets (between) themselves and say "Oh somebody might go the wrong way".
Drake, who still has half the field to run to reach the end zone, then put on an awesome finish to the play.