Miami – The celebrated hammer scene at the corner of the end zone broke off far from Ryan Tannehill, leaving him in the open field, running and screaming as he waved his arms. Since he can not find any words to embrace, he flies to the grass on his back, the work done and the game won.
"I collapsed – just the emotion of the whole thing," said Tonnelhill.
Sixteen seconds of defeat, TanneHill had a short ride and then watched his teammates save the time.
Kenyan Dragon ran the last 52 yards as the dolphins scored on a trail and double lateral on the final game Sunday to hit the New England Patriots 34-33. With that, Miami lived up to his nickname – the Magic City.
"They just have made a game more than me," said coach Coach Bill Belichick.
And what a game. The Patriots are on the verge of cliching their 10 consecutive AFC East title when the delphins lined up at their 31st after a kick off back thrilling 33-28.
"We did them right where we wanted," Tanne said to dry. "Not really surprised by what it turned out."
He has a 14-year drive to Kenny Stillz, who has been devoted to Devante Parker, who quickly drifted to Drake along the sidewalk. He cut to the middle and found a net, helped by a block of guard Tars Larsen at the 30th.
Drake hit two patriots to the corner of the end zone – protect back JK. Jackson and Narrow Red Robinson, who was on the field as part of New England's defense defense.
"Drake runs a 4.3, and GRONK probably runs a 4.6 or 4.7, so you feel good about what matchup," Tanne said.
Then came one last ride to point out the game – Drake had gone down in a bumpy home in the place where the delphine bank rippled and tackled it.
"Football," said Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, "is a crazy game."
The dolphins call the game "Boys" because it was covered by the Boise State playback, and they are working on it every year.
"You're repeating it in practice over and over," said Kenny Styles, recipient. "Sometimes it's like, 'Why do we?' And now we know what."
It was brought to profoundly other NFL last-second stunners, including Roger Staubach's "Hail Mary", the "Miracle in the Meadowlands" and the "Immaculate Reception". The game was the longest of scrambling to win a game with no time reminded in the fourth quarter since the 1970 merger.
Bradley had 358 yards and three scores, but the patroney patrons (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 sooner.
"We are playing one week at a time right now," said Miami Caret Adam Street. "No loss could be the end."
The Patriots Stephen Gostkowski missed an extra point for the first time at 38 tries this time early in the game, and also missed a 42-yard field target test. But his 32-year-old captain for a 55-yard drive put the Patriots ahead 30-28 with 6:45 left.
Belchick decided to have Gostkovsky bridge a 22-yard in the closing seconds rather than pinch the dolphins near their target line. Instead, Miami returned the incendiary kick to the 31st – and on the next game pulled off a miracle.
Bradley broke the NFL record for career touchdown passes including post-season and now has 582, three more than Peyton mingling. His scores covered 2 yards to Julian Edelmann, 37 to Cordarrelle Patterson and 16 to Gronkowski.
Tannehil missed two players at the end of the first half after a tightman stepped on his right foot. He returned to start the second half, and his 23-yard touchdown went to Brice Butler to put the dolphins forward 28-27 late in the third quarter.
But they managed only three first downs and no points afterwards – until the last game.
The teams swapped touchdown and the lead for five consecutive property in the second quarter over an entertaining sliver covering less than 11 minutes.
The leaders of Miami-Dade's back Brandon Bolden, who left six years with the Patriots, did not look for a career-long 54-decade, and added a 6-yards score.
The Patriots squandered a scoring opportunity at the end of the first half. With 14 seconds left and no timeouts, Brady took the snap at Miami 2, and when he was sucked by Robert Quinn the clock ran out, leaving the Patriots with a 27-21 lead.
X-rays from Tannehil's right ankle were negative, but he was acknowledged that he did not feel good after the game. "I rolled it pretty good," he said. "Got x-rays and booted it up tight."
New England plays Sunday in Pittsburgh. The Patriots also traveled there last week in the last 15 years, and won 27-24.
Miami plays Sunday in Minnesota.
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