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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — What would Jets-Patriots be without a little controversy? New York showed up to play Thursday, dominating New England everywhere but in the secondary and on the scoreboard as the Jets lost 27-25 on a blocked 58-yard field goal attempt in the final seconds. About that: video of the final play shows an official prodding Dont’a Hightower of the Patriots to the side of the Jets’ center. High... Source: newyork.cbslocal.com

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