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Last Second Touchdown Pass Wins It For the Pats

 

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Tom Brady threw a 17-yard touchdown pass to Kenbrell Thompkins with 5 seconds left to lift the Patriots to a wild 30-27 victory over the previously unbeaten New Orleans Saints.

Brady led the Patriots on a 70 yard drive with no time outs to lead the Pats to victory.

There were some injuries for the Pats in this game. Danny Amendola left in the third quarter with a head injury. Aqib Talib left with a hip injury and Jerod Mayo injured his shoulder.  We’ll know more about their status in the morning.

The Pats are now 5 and 1.

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