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Jaguars just not… Analysis: The Patriots won As Jacksonville threatened to expand a lead, New England coach Bill Belichick called a timeout with 2: After the timeout, Blake Bortles dropped back on third-and-7 and zinged a beautiful yard pass that Marcedes Lewis caught at the New England 32, putting the Jaguars within striking distance of a or even halftime cushion.
Only, the Jaguars were flagged for delay of game. Bortles was sacked for a six-yard loss on third-and, when the Patriots declined a holding penalty. So the clock was running when the Jaguars inexplicably rushed their punt with 24 seconds to spare on the play clock.
On first-and from his 40, Brady threw a long pass for Rob Gronkowski, who was injured when he got popped by Barry Church on a helmet-to-helmet hit. Church was called for unnecessary roughness, putting the ball at the Jacksonville Bouye was called for pass interference on Brandin Cooks on the next play.
The yard penalty gave the Patriots the ball at the Jaguars After a yard catch by Cooks, James White ran it in from the 1 to make it with just under a minute left in the half.
That was the 14th time this season the Patriots scored in the last two minutes before halftime. Even though they had two timeouts and 55 seconds to work with, Bortles twice took a knee and the Jaguars, who had deferred to the second half, went into the locker room up by four, yet it was the Patriots who were feeling good about things.
It took us a little while to do that, but that was a big drive for us. They came down and we had to make some adjustments going into halftime.
Wanted to make sure we got that done knowing we were going in getting the ball back. No team had ever overcome a double-digit deficit in the fourth quarter of an AFC championship, but coveted coordinators Josh McDaniels and Matt Patriciain what might have been their last game on the home sideline at Gillette Stadium, made all the right adjustments, further burnishing their head coaching credentials.
Brady started pushing the ball downfield to his receivers and the New England defense took away the short middle and dared Bortles to start making plays downfield, too.
While Bortles managed a single first down in the fourth quarter, Brady came through with a pair of TD throws to Amendola.
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