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Fan footage of The Miami Miracle makes it look even better

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If you haven't seen it, then last night you missed what will go down as one of the greatest moments of the 2018 NFL season.

With the game on the line and only seconds left on the clock, the Miami Dolphins managed to pull out an amazing hook-and-ladder play that Kenyan Drake somehow managed to take into the endzone for the win.

The Dolphins beat the Patriots and The Miami Miracle was born. 

Ryan Tannehill was never going to get it anywhere near close with a touchdown pass, he doesn't have the arm for it, so it's a good thing that the Dolphins have a player with speed to burn like Drake. 

That speed came in hand on the 50-yard scamper into the endzone passed a helpless Rob Gronkowski who should never play safety again for the rest of his career.

And there is something that makes him even better. In anticipation of what could've either been incredible or an absolute catastrophe, one Dolphins fan made the genius idea to record the final play of the game. 

Check out this exceptional fan-shot video, via Christian Hernandez on Twitter, from the stands of Hard Rock Stadium of that final play:

The atmosphere in that stadium is absolutely electric, and so it should be. 

The Dolphins managed to take down their biggest rivals in the very last play of the game, getting one over Tom Brady and Bill Belichick. It must have been so sweet and we seriously wish we could have been there to see it happen. 

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