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C.J. Anderson runs through the Patriots undefeated season

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The Denver Broncos have defeated the New England Patriots in overtime on Sunday Night Football. The Broncos used an overtime score for the 30-24 win in the snow at Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium.

The Broncos win gives the Patriots their first loss of the season after coming into this game with an 10-0 record. Now, the Carolina Panthers are the only team with an undefeated mark at 11-0.

C.J. Anderson scored on a 48-yard run in overtime for the win. After getting past the initial Patriots line of defense, Anderson went untouched for a good 25-30 yards and into the end zone.

“To be honest, I don’t know what happened,” he said in a post-game interview with Michele Tafoya. “The whole opened up and I went for it.”

The game went into overtime after Patriots kicker Stephen Gostkowski made a 47-yard field goal with four seconds left. His field goal tied the game at 24.

In the fourth quarter, the Broncos scored 17 points with a 15-yard touchdown from Anderson. Andre Caldwell also scored on a 4-yard touchdown reception from Brock Osweiler.

Brandon McManus also had a 21-yard field goal in the quarter.

The Patriots lone score in the quarter was when Tom Brady hit Brandon Bolden for a 63-yard touchdown. That gave New England a 21-7 lead at the time.

“Coach (Greg) Knapp and myself talked last night and said it was going to be a 60-minute game,” Osweiler said when Tafoya said him about this point in the game.

Rob Gronkowski, before he got injured, had a 23-yard touchdown reception from Brady in the first quarter. Scott Chandler also had a 9-yard touchdown reception from Brady, as well, in the second quarter.

Ronnie Hillman had a 19-yard rushing touchdown in the second quarter.


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