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Patriots went 0-11 on third down Monday night, their first game without a third-down conversion since 1991.

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Tom Brady's posted a QBR of 78.5 with Rob Gronkowski on the field this year and a QBR of 36.6 with Gronk on the sidelines.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Tom Brady on the difference between this game and the Nov. 26 win over Miami: "We played with the lead last time and that's always important in the NFL — play on your terms. We got behind, turned it over, and had to play on their terms all night."

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

It was pure jubilance in the Dolphins' locker room after their win over the Patriots that kept Miami's playoff hopes alive.

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James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins DE Cam Wake said the pressure on Patriots QB Tom Brady made a big difference in the win. He said it was a fun game to rush the passer.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins CB Xavien Howard said he is keeping both footballs that he intercepted Patriots QB Tom Brady tonight.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

There is a party going on in the Dolphins' locker room. Players are downright jubilant after beating the Patriots.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins players are entering the tunnel and locker room excited after their marquee win against the Patriots. This was definitely the highlight of their season.

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins RB Kenyan Drake saw a ton of volume tonight, finishing with 30 touches for 193 total yards in Miami's win over New England. Drake played a complete game, winning matchups as a receiver and using his speed, power and lateral agility to rack up numbers on the ground.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Tom Brady and the Patriots' offense went 0-for-11 on third down in their 27-20 loss to the Dolphins, which is where the loss of tight end Rob Gronkowski showed up most. Credit the Dolphins for an inspired effort as well. The Patriots drop to 10-3, but can still put themselves in prime position for the AFC's top seed with a win at Pittsburgh (11-2) on Sunday. For that to happen, they'll need to play, and coach, better than they did against the Dolphins.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dolphins produce their most impressive win of the season, 27-20, over the Patriots. Miami tailback Kenyan Drake was a problem for New England both on the ground and through the care. Drake had a game-high 193 total yards. Miami (6-7) splits the season series with New England and remains alive in the playoff chase in the AFC. The Dolphins have a big road game against the Buffalo Bills (7-6) next week.