Dolphins Miami Miracle Kenyan Drake Beats The Patriots Shirt, Hoodie, Longsleeve and Sweater
Dolphins Shock Patriots With a Miracle in Miami Express News. It didn’t involve running through Stanford’s band, but in a sequence that evoked memories of “The Play,” the Miami Dolphins lateraled their way to a last-second, miraculous touchdown on Sunday, beating the New England Patriots, 34-33. Just like Cal did against the Cardinal in 1982, the Dolphins found themselves down late and needing a touchdown to win. And like Cal, they knew they wouldn’t get in the end zone with just one player carrying the ball.In this 2018 version, which was pulled off at Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium, Ryan Tannehill took the snap at Miami’s 31. He threw 14 yards to Kenny Stills, and as the wide receiver absorbed some contact from Jonathan Jones, the broadcast team declared “this will end it.” Stills, though, showed terrific awareness of the field, turning and lateraling the ball to DeVante Parker, who carried it just a bit before pitching the ball to Kenyan Drake. It started with seven seconds left and the ball in Ryan Tannehill’s right hand. It ended after two laterals followed by 52 yards of darting-and-dashing by Kenyan Drake. Click to check out video of Tannehill’s highlights from the game including that amazing last play.
Parker’s lateral went to Kenyan Drake, who did the impossible and scampered 51 yards to the end zone.
The improbable comeback left Miami elated and the Patriots deflated. The Dolphins Miami Miracle Kenyan Drake Beats The Patriots Shirt literally ran out of the stadium with the 34-33 win. The Patriots fell to 9-4 with the loss and now find themselves 1-5 in Miami over the last six meetings. We practice these situations each and every week, safety Duron Harmon said. We know what’s going on. It just hurt. Just a little disappointed. We really let a win get away from us today. You know, it really sucks. We had a win. We let it slip through our fingers.