Tom Brady worked some second-half magic as the Patriots came back to beat the Dolphins.
Tom Brady ran for two touchdowns and passed for one more as the New England Patriots overcame a 17-0 halftime deficit to defeat the Miami Dolphins, 27-24 on Sunday.
Brady connected on a scoring strike to Deion Branch and tied his career high with two TD runs for the Patriots (12-3), who erased a 17-0 halftime deficit to secure a first-round bye in the upcoming playoffs.
Matt Moore threw three touchdown passes for Miami (5-10), including a 15- yarder to Davone Bess with 1:48 to play. Reggie Bush crossed the 1,000 rushing mark on the season and is the first Miami RB to do so since Ricky Williams two seasons ago.
Wes Welker had a 12 receptions for 138 yards for the Patriots. On the flip side, Brandon Marshall had a big day with 7 receptions and 156 yards in the loss.
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