Patriots' Hunter Henry disputes overturned TD in loss to Vikings
MINNESOTA -- New England Patriots tight end Hunter Henry's 6-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter was overturned by instant replay Thursday night, a decision that left him perplexed following a 33-26 loss to the Minnesota Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium.
I believe I caught it, Henry said late Thursday night in the Patriots' locker room. He said it hit the ground. But I believe my hand was under the ball. The hand was under the ball, with hitting the ground, that's what kind of caused it to jump up.
They made the call. Just got to live with it.
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On the third-and-goal play from the 6-yard line, quarterback Mac Jones fired a pass near the goal line to Henry, who was covered by Vikings defensive back Chandon Sullivan. Henry had both hands on the ball as he lunged toward the goal line.
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