The Patriots lost the game when the Raiders intercepted their lateral on the last play of the game (video)

In a matter of seconds, the New England Patriots went from leading to being tied to suffering a devastating loss.

It was much like the Miracle in Miami, but everything went backwards. You are able to see the play at this location.

You might refer to this route as the Las Vegas Lateral.

On Sunday, the Patriots were playing the Las Vegas Raiders, and they had just given up a touchdown that tied the game in the last minute of the game. Prior to halftime, the Patriots tried to grab one more score before the game was over.

The first few plays of the Patriots’ drive produced a let, which set up the situation for one more desperate play before the game went into OT.

Because Mac Jones completed his ball to Rhamondre Stevenson across the middle, the Patriots were forced to try a number of lateral passes in an effort to obtain a touchdown.

However, everything went awry when Jakobi Meyers’ cross-field lateral was intercepted by former Patriot Chandler Jones, who ran it in for the score that won the game for the other team.

LAS VEGAS — On Sunday, defensive end Chandler Jones grabbed a bizarre and unnecessary lateral thrown by New England’s Jakobi Meyers out of the air on the final play of the game and returned it 48 yards for a touchdown, which gave the Las Vegas Raiders a victory over the Patriots. The victory gave the Raiders a 30-24 victory over the Patriots.

When the score was knotted at 24, the Patriots made one more effort to win the game and avoid going into overtime by running a sequence of pitches. The ball was thrown by Rhamondre Stevenson to Meyers, who then threw it all the way across the field and into the waiting arms of Jones, who had nothing but wide field in front of him.

The chaotic finale was a saving grace for the Raiders (6-8), who had a 17-3 lead at halftime but then allowed the Patriots (7-7) to score 21 consecutive points to take the lead. New England’s chances of making the playoffs were dealt a significant blow when Las Vegas scored two touchdowns in the game’s closing 32 seconds.

Carr was successful in throwing for 231 yards and three touchdowns while completing 20 of 38 attempts. The Raiders halted their losing skid against the Patriots, which dated back to 2002 and consisted of six games, thanks to 93 rushing yards and 22 carries by Josh Jacobs.

When the Raiders scored two touchdowns in the closing 5 minutes and 18 seconds of the first half, it gave the impression that they had taken control of the game.

Darren Waller, who had been placed on injured reserve but was reinstated on Saturday, scored a touchdown after catching a ball of 25 yards in length. Waller had not played since suffering a hamstring injury on October 10 at Kansas City, and this was his first game back.

The advantage was extended for Las Vegas after Malcolm Koonce stopped a punt with 23 seconds remaining, and then Carr delivered a touchdown throw to Mack Hollins for five yards with four seconds left to play.