The New England Patriots didn't look like they were going to beat the Cleveland Browns on Sunday. However, Tom Brady found a way to pull off another miraculous comeback.
New England trailed 6-0 at halftime and 26-14 with just over a minute to go. After Brady hit Julian Edelman for a two-yard touchdown with 64 seconds left to make it 26-21, the Patriots found a way to stun Cleveland.
On the ensuing kickoff, they recovered an onside kick:
The Patriots were aided by a controversial pass interference call in the end zone against the Browns on the second play of the drive:
The ball was placed on the 1-yard line, and Brady found Danny Amendola for the game-winning touchdown with only 31 seconds left:
New England's two-point conversion attempt failed, but the Patriots still led 27-26.
Cleveland got in position to give kicker Billy Cundiff a chance at a 58-yard field go for the win, but his kick came up short.