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Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman was unable to make the catch on a first-quarter pass attempt as New England faced off against the Browns.
The Browns' Jordan Cameron was upended by Kyle Arrington after a first-quarter catch.
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Dont'a Hightower ripped the ball from Greg Little, but officials did not rule it a fumble.
T.J. Ward (bottom) hit Rob Gronkowski in the third quarter.
Gronkowski was injured on this play.
He had missed the first six games of the season recovering from a broken left forearm and offseason back surgery.
Ward said after the game that he had made a conscious decision on where to target Gronkowski because he was concerned about the possibility of being fined.
Stevan Ridley stood over Gronkowski after the tight end suffered an apparent knee injury.
Medical personnel tended to Gronkowski.
The tight end waved to fans as he was taken off the field on a cart. He was taken to Massachusetts General Hospital and reportedly suffered a torn ACL.
Tom Brady threw a 50-yard pass to Shane Vereen in the third quarter.
Craig Robertson could only watch as Vereen hauled in a pass.
Julian Edelman celebrated his 2-point conversion.
LeGarrette Blount ran from Tashaun Gipson and Ward during a 32-yard reception.
Vereen got past D'Qwell Jackson.
The Patriots were able to recover an onside kick with about a minute left in the game.
Arrington (far left) was in a position to recover the onside kick.
Brady threw a 6-yard pass in the fourth quarter.
Officials called pass interference on Leon McFadden with 35 seconds left in the game on this play. The penalty gave the Patriots a first-and-goal at the 1-yard line.
Ridley held onto the ball with Jabaal Sheard in pursuit.
Edelman made a 19-yard reception with pressure from McFadden.
Stephen Gostkowski executed his onside kick that was recovered by the Patriots and helped set up the game-winning touchdown for New England.
Edelman got a hand from Matthew Mulligan as the referee signaled touchdown in the fourth quarter.
Danny Amendola hauled in the game-winning 1-yard touchdown reception.
The Patriots celebrated their 27-26 comeback win over the Browns.
Brady howled and leaped into the arms of offensive lineman Ryan Wendell.
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