The Denver Broncos and the New England Patriots don't know how to create immovable defenses on Sunday afternoon. Midway through the second quarter, the Broncos lead the Patriots, 16-14. The Patriots had the latest score when Tom Brady found Aaron Hernandez for a one-yard touchdown pass. At first, it appeared that the Patriots had scored a few plays earlier when Wes Welker caught a 21-yard strike from Tom Brady, but it turned out that he was down at the one-yard line and resulted in a gain of 19 and no touchdown.
Denver reached New England's eight-yard line on the previous drive, but instead of going for it on 4th-and-1 there, John Fox elected to have Matt Prater kick a 26-yard touchdown, which was successful.
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