With a late touchdown scored by Mac Jones, the Patriots surprise the Bills and win 29-25. 

After falling behind by 10 points in New England on Saturday, the Buffalo Bills appeared to have fully recovered on Sunday. 

However, it was Mac Jones and the Patriots, who have had a difficult season, 

who rallied back on Sunday afternoon at Gillette Stadium to pull off a massive upset victory, winning 29-25.

With only 12 seconds left in the game, the Patriots scored the game-winning touchdown after almost blowing a 10-point halftime advantage.  

With a 1-yard pass to tight end Mike Gesicki, Jones completed an eight-play, 75-yard drive quickly.This is only New England's second victory of the year. 

With two field goals on Sunday and a 2-yard touchdown run from Ezekiel Elliott in the first half, the Patriots took an early lead.  

The Bills didn't score until Josh Allen connected with James Cook for an 8-yard touchdown in the second half. 

And they trimmed the deficit to just five points early in the fourth quarter with a 25-yard pass to Stefon Diggs. 

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