Dolphins' game-winning touchdown vs. Patriots sets new NFL record


The Miami Dolphins' incredible game-winning touchdown to beat the New England Patriots 34-33 at Hard Rock Stadium on Sunday set a new NFL record.

Now that's impressive.

The 69-yard score started with Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill completing a pass over the middle to wide receiver Kenny Stills. Stills lateraled the ball to DeVante Parker, who then found Kenyan Drake with another lateral. Drake evaded multiple Patriots players, including tight end Rob Gronkowski, before reaching the end zone for an improbable victory. 

The loss drops the Patriots to 9-4, but they still lead the AFC East by two games ahead of the second-place Dolphins. 

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