It was looking like it was going to be another loss for the Patriots, but they didn't let this one get away from them.

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Things didn't look so good for the Patriots in the fourth quarter of Sunday's game against the New York Jets. The three points that New England did score in the fourth proved to be very important.

Those points sent the game into OT as time expired. Tom Brady and the Patriots would proceed to go down the field to set Stephen Gostkowski up for the winning field goal.

Tom Brady had good day, throwing 259 yards and two touchdowns. Rob Gronkowski caught both of those passes from Brady, as he led the Patriots receivers with 78 yards. Jets wide receiver Jeremy Kerley had a career day, catching seven passes for 120 yards.

[Via ESPN]