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Watch: Former PSU TE Mike Gesicki’s Creativity Almost Results in Game-Saving 1st Down

Here’s the situation.

The Patriots are down 24-17 with a minute left.

They face a 4th and 4 from the Dolphins 33.

Quarterback Mac Jones throws a ball to tight end Mike Gesicki, and he’s about to be tackled well short of the sticks by Miami’s Justin Bethel.

Gesicki needed to do something, and he did, flipping the ball to offensive lineman Cole Strange.

Officials ruled that Strange got enough for the first down, but after further review, he was ruled short, sealing the win for Miami.

Should that have been a first down? Watch this and judge for yourself.

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