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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- The New York Jets' secondary had done a fine job of eliminating Randy Moss all night.
Heading into the final play of regulation, he had two catches for 10 yards.
But there was one more snap left.
When it mattered most, on a fourth-down play, Moss sent Thursday night's game into overtime by posting up Jets cornerback Ty Law and making a fantastic grab while falling out of bounds. The 16-yard touchdown tied the score at 31 with one second left.
The Jets have won the coin flip and will receive to begin overtime.