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WATCH: Patriots' first drive of second half ends with Tom Brady to Brandin Cooks touchdown

New England comes within one point of the Steelers.

The New England Patriots entered halftime of their game at the Pittsburgh Steelers down 17-10. The team came out of halftime with a 12-play, 75-yard drive that was capped by a Patriots touchdown to bring the game within one point after a missed extra point attempt.

Along the way, the Patriots had one of the prettiest pass plays of the season:

Quarterback Tom Brady displayed perfect touch on this pass to tight end Rob Gronkowski. The duo connected later in the drive as well and converted a crucial fourth down inside the red zone. The connection set up New England's second touchdown of the day, a four-yard pass from Brady to wideout Brandin Cooks: