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Tom Brady: We made plenty of s**t plays

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Tom Brady couldn't hide his fury after the New England Patriots went down 20-24 to the Miami Dolphins at the Sun Life Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

The Pats quarterback marched his team down the field to the Dolphins' 13-yard line with 1:15 left on the clock in what looked like it was going to be another late game-winning drive by the future Hall of Famer.

However, Bill Belichick's side didn't have the answer to some great playmaking by the Miami defensive backfield and an end zone interception with two seconds left on the clock meant the game was over, despite Brady getting four goes at clinching the winning points.

New England are now 10-4 and still favourites to clinch the AFC East title, despite passing up the opportunity to do so this weekend.

Brady was visibly unhappy in his post-match press conference and did not say much at all, though what he did say was done so with some strong language.

"We got plenty of chances all day," Brady said after being asked about the missed opportunities on the final drive of the game.

"We make some good plays and we make plenty of shitty plays."

A late 14-yard reception from Marcus Thigpen clinched the win for Miami, who managed to avoid a ninth straight defeat to the Patriots, though are unlikely to stop them winning the division.

Next up for Joe Philbin's players is a trip to Buffalo, while the Patriots head to Baltimore to take on the Ravens.

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