New England Patriots radio announcers were left wondering what happened in the final seconds of their team’s last-second loss to the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday night.
Bob Socchi was officiating the game, while former Patriots quarterback Scott Zolak was on commentary for Boston-based 98.5 The Sports Hub. Zolak may have provided a quote for what all Patriots fans were thinking the moment Chandler Jones scored the game-winning field goal.
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“This is probably one of the dumbest teams I’ve ever seen,” Zolak said.
This is how the play went down.
With the game tied at 24, Patriots running back Rhamondre Stevenson found a hole in the Raiders’ secondary. But instead of skating to a tie, or forcing himself into a tie, Stevenson decided to do nothing, even if he had the option of going into overtime.
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Stevenson flipped the ball to quarterback Jacoby Meyers. The wide receiver picked up the ball and attempted to throw it back to Patriots quarterback Mack Jones. Instead, Raiders pass rusher Chandler Jones was waiting for the ball.
Chandler Jones ran past Mack Jones for the game-winning shot as time expired.
“Together we made too many mistakes and missed big plays that were the difference in the game,” Patriots coach Bill Belichick said after the game.
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The Raiders were 0-4 going into the game with a double-digit lead, the first team since 1930 to lose four times in a season with a double-digit lead in the half. The team responded with a pair of touchdowns in the final 37 seconds to win.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.