Patriots trail 17-10 following Hunter Henry’s fourth-quarter touchdown

The Patriots have made it a game in the fourth quarter of Sunday night’s matchup with the Dolphins.

Tight end Hunter Henry caught a 6-yard touchdown pass from Mac Jones, narrowing New England’s deficit to 17-10 with 11:12 left in the contest.

Henry’s catch capped an eight-play, 58-yard drive that took 3:26 off the clock. Starting the possession down 17-3, the Patriots used plenty of no huddle on the drive to get deep into Miami territory.

Jones also kept the drive going with an 18-yard scramble on third-and-15. A defensive holding penalty added 5 yards to the run, giving the Patriots first-and-10 at the Miami 12.

The Patriots may have gotten away with a couple of penalties on their touchdown, as Henry was blocking beyond 2 yards down the field and New England also had a lineman downfield. But neither foul was called and Henry had his second touchdown of the season.

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