December 16, 2013
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Barry Chin/Globe Staff
Wide receiver Julian Edelman looked for running room in the first quarter as the Patriots faced the Dolphins in Miami Gardens.
Mike Wallace turned a short pass reception into a 39-yard catch-and-run to score the Dolphins' first touchdown.
Danny Amendola made a reception for a first down in the second quarter.
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Wallace hauled in a pass in front of Kyle Arrington (left).
Rob Ninkovich took to the air to try to bring down Wallace.
Tom Brady looked for an open receiver in the third quarter.
Dolphins cornerback Brent Grimes broke up a pass intended for Patriots wide receiver Josh Boyce.
Brady got up after getting sacked.
Edelman left Will Davis in his wake as he headed for a first down.
Daniel Thomas was untouched as he scored a touchdown in the third quarter.
Edelman was unable to come down with the pass in the end zone as the Patriots fought to take the game.
Amendola dropped a potential game-winning touchdown.
He reacted on the sidelines after the late play.
The Patriots' Jamie Collins and Ninkovich sacked Ryan Tannehill.
Brady had to get rid of the ball quickly as he took a hit.
Edelman broke several tackles en route to a touchdown.
The 24-yard catch-and-run touchdown put the Patriots ahead of the Dolphins.
Edelman celebrated his touchdown in the fourth quarter.
Marcus Thigpen left Dont'a Hightower behind as he scored in the Dolphins' game-winning touchdown.
Thigpen brought the fans to their feet.
Brady was forced to rush his throw during New England's final drive, but the pass fell incomplete.
Dolphins fans arrived dressed for the occasion.
Michael Thomas intercepted a throw in the end zone in the final seconds of the game.
Edelman and Boyce walked off the field following the Patriots' 24-20 loss to the Dolphins.
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