Patriots Rally as Hunter Henry Scores Crucial Fourth-Quarter Touchdown, Trailing 17-10 


Tight end Hunter Henry played a pivotal role in the Patriots' fourth-quarter rally, catching a 6-yard touchdown pass from Mac Jones with just 11:12 left in the game. 

Henry's touchdown brought the Patriots within striking distance, as they trailed 17-10, injecting new life into the game. 

The touchdown was the result of an impressive eight-play, 58-yard drive that consumed 3 minutes and 26 seconds of the game clock. 

The Patriots utilized a fast-paced, no-huddle offense during the drive, putting pressure on the Dolphins' defense. 

Quarterback Mac Jones was a standout performer on the drive, extending the possession with an 18-yard scramble on a crucial third-and-15 situation. 

A defensive holding penalty against the Dolphins added 5 yards to Jones's run, granting the Patriots a first-and-10 opportunity at the Miami 12-yard line. 

Despite potential infractions, including Henry blocking beyond the permitted 2-yard threshold down the field and a lineman downfield, no penalties were called, allowing Henry to secure his second touchdown of the season. 

Henry's touchdown marked a turning point in the game, setting the stage for an exciting finish as the Patriots aimed to complete their comeback against the Dolphins. 

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