The New England Patriots are in the middle of a close game on the road against the New York Jets. After the two AFC East rivals were tied 10-10 coming out of the half, the Patriots went up a field goal on their first possession. However, the home team tied the contest just one possession later. The tie would not live long, however, as it took the Patriots just four plays to get on top again.
New England started the series with a 27-yard pass from Tom Brady to Chris Hogan, followed by a 27-yard run by James White. After a run for no gain, another Brady pass for 20+ yards put more points on the board for the Patriots:
Brady, who has thrown for 250 yards and a pair of touchdowns through three quarters of action, connected with Julian Edelman to give his team a 20-13 lead. The veteran wide receiver did a marvelous job to fight through traffic and reach the end zone for just his third touchdown of the year.