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Tom Brady looked at the jumbotron before the Patriots faced the Broncos Sunday night.
Former Patriot Wes Welker spoke with New England owner Robert Kraft before the game.
Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning and backup Brock Osweiler ran onto the field.
Brady threw a 7-yard reception to Kenbrell Thompkins in the first quarter.
Chandler Jones sacked Manning for a 10-yard loss.
Montee Ball ran up the middle for a 16-yard gain.
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Brady fumbled the ball as he was hit.
Stevan Ridley fended off Chris Harris Jr.
Welker caught a pass but was brought down by Dont'a Hightower just short of first down.
Knowshon Moreno did a celebratory dance after a 2-yard rushing touchdown.
Von Miller (second from right) headed for the end zone after recovering a first-quarter fumble by Ridley (not pictured).
Miller was able to score on the turnover.
Ball left Devin McCourty in his wake as he went for a first down.
LeGarrette Blount fumbled the ball. The Broncos turned three turnovers in the first quarter into 17 points.
The Patriots' Brandon Bolden ran for 38 yards in the second quarter.
Julian Edelman had a 43-yard reception in the third quarter. The Patriots began to rally after a 24-point deficit at halftime.
Rob Gronkowski hauled in a 6-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter.
Montee Ball (not pictured) fumbled the ball, and the Patriots were able to recover it.
Patriots fans erupted as Edelman headed to the end zone in the second half.
Danny Amendola and Brady reacted after Edelman's 14-yard touchdown reception.
Brady (left) and James Develin celebrated a fourth-quarter touchdown pass to Edelman.
Edelman was tackled by Quentin Jammer after a 4-yard reception in the fourth quarter.
Von Miller was unable to come up with the interception as he bobbled the ball during fourth-quarter action.
Welker couldn't hold onto the ball as he was about to be hit by linebacker Jamie Collins in overtime.
C.J. Anderson recovered a fumble in front of Joe Vellano.
The ball hit off of Tony Carter on an overtime punt by the Patriots, who were able to recover it.
Nate Ebner (left) leaped in celebration after he recovered the punt that went off of the Broncos' Tony Carter (not pictured).
Stephen Gostkowski pumped his fist he watched his game-winning field goal clear the crossbar.
Shane Vereen ran off the field after he and the Patriots had a comeback victory over the Broncos.
Edelman high-fived the End Zone Militia. The Patriots took a 34-31 win at Gillette Stadium in overtime.
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