The Dolphins pulled off what many thought impossible Monday night, and they did so in stunning fashion. Miami rallied from a 28-17 deficit in the final four minutes to beat New England, 29-28, for only their third victory of the season.
The Dolphins won on A.J. Feeley's 21-yard touchdown pass to Derrius Thompson
That play came after linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo had intercepted Tom Brady at the New England 21 after Jason Taylor got to Brady on third down and Brady threw the ball as he was being taken down instead of just taking the sack.
For good measure, the Dolphins clinched the victory with another interception, this time by safety Arturo Freeman after Morlon Greenwood appeared to hit Brady's arm as he released the ball.
But it was the offense that began the comeback, as the Dolphins marched 68 yards in only 1:52 to cut the deficit to 28-23 with 2:07 left.
The Dolphins elected to kick deep and let their defense give them another shot, and the Dolphins responded in a big way.
The Dolphins got two touchdowns from Sammy Morris and another from Travis Minor as they snapped New England's league-best 34-game streak of winning when holding a lead of 10 points or more.