Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam ‘Pacman’ Jones intercepted a pass from New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady to end the game. The Bengals were leading 13-6 late in the fourth quarter as the Patriots were trying to tie the game. The Patriots had marched all the way down to the Bengals 27 yard line.
At this point in the game it was pouring.
On first and 10, Brady threw a pass towards Antonio Dobson. It had a bit of an awkward spiral to it and Dobson was really no where close to where the ball ended up. Jones tried to catch it and it bounced off his hands into the air as he fell to the ground. The Bengals got a favorable bounce and the ball fell into the hands of Jones who was laying on the turf at the three-yard line.
Only 16 seconds were left in the game when the Bengals took over and Dalton took a knee to end it. The game also signaled the end of Tom Brady’s streak of 52 games with a touchdown pass.