Jan 15, 2022; Orchard Park, New York, USA; Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary (26) runs for a touchdown during the second quarter of the AFC Wild Card playoff game against the New England Patriots at Highmark Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark Konezny-USA TODAY Sports

Josh Allen throws for 5 TDs as Bills maul Patriots

Josh Allen passed for 308 yards and five touchdowns as the third-seeded Buffalo Bills dominated the visiting New England Patriots 47-17 in an AFC wild-card matchup on Saturday night in Orchard Park, N.Y.

Allen (21-of-25 passing) guided the Bills to touchdown drives on their first seven possessions, a first for any team in a postseason game in the Super Bowl era. Devin Singletary rushed for 81 yards and two touchdowns for the Bills.

The Bills became the first playoff team since at least 1950 to not punt or attempt a field goal and go the full game without a turnover.

Allen added 66 yards rushing on six rushes. He became the third player in NFL playoff history to throw for five or more touchdowns while tossing fewer than five imcompletions and no interceptions.

“We were ready to play. A lot of preparation went into this one,” Allen told the CBS broadcast in a postgame interview. “We just kept the momentum rolling all day today.”

Buffalo will face either Kansas City or Cincinnati in the divisional round next weekend.

Patriots rookie quarterback Mac Jones went 24-of-38 passing for 232 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions in his first playoff start. Kendrick Bourne had seven catches for a team-high 77 yards and two scores for New England.

The Patriots were playing their first playoff game without Tom Brady at quarterback since a loss at Jacksonville in the wild-card round on Jan. 3, 1999.

It was the first playoff meeting between the AFC East rivals since a then-Boston Patriots team earned a 26-8 win at War Memorial Stadium in Buffalo on Dec. 28, 1963, in a divisional round game. The teams split their two regular-season meetings this season.

“It’s disappointing, especially when there’s no more games after this,” Patriots linebacker Matt Judon said. “Everything was kind of frustrating, honestly. … When they [are] hitting on all phases … that’s very hard to stop [as] a team. It was their night tonight.”

Allen led the Bills to touchdown drives in each of their four first-half possessions as Buffalo built a 27-3 halftime lead. It marked the largest halftime deficit for the Patriots in coach Bill Belichick’s tenure.

Jones was intercepted on the Patriots’ opening drive of the second half. On the next drive, Allen hit Emmanuel Sanders on a 34-yard bomb for another touchdown to make it 33-3 at the 8:48 mark of the third.

With the game already in hand, Jones tossed a three-yard pass to Bourne for the QB’s first postseason TD with 4:12 to go in the third.

Allen added a 19-yard scoring pass to Gabriel Davis and a one-yard TD toss to offensive lineman Tommy Doyle in the fourth quarter as the Bills ran up the score. Jones added another four-yard TD toss to Bourne late in the fourth.

Buffalo marched 70 yards on nine plays on the game’s opening drive to score as Allen found Dawson Knox for an eight-yard TD with 9:45 left in the first quarter.

On the ensuing drive, Jones drove the Patriots to the Bills’ 34-yard-line before his pass intended for wideout Nelson Agholor was intercepted by Micah Hyde in the end zone for a touchdown.

Allen and Knox connected again for an 11-yard touchdown with 40 seconds left in the quarter to make it 14-0.

Singletary had a pair of TD rushes in the second quarter, scoring on a three-yard rush with 7:20 on the clock and again on a 16-yard scamper with 1:53 remaining.

Nick Folk’s 44-yard field goal six seconds before halftime put New England on the board.

–Field Level Media

Jan 9, 2022; Orchard Park, New York, USA; Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen (17) drops back to pass against the New York Jets during the second half at Highmark Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports

Trilogy metting between Patriots, Bills splitting public

A rare third meeting between Buffalo and New England will settle the score between the two AFC East rivals as the third-seeded Bills host the sixth-seeded Patriots in an AFC wild-card matchup on Saturday night in Orchard Park, N.Y.

The Bills opened as 4.5-point favorites at DraftKings and BetMGM, where the line has moved to 4.0 points with the action split and Buffalo backed by a slight margin at 52 percent of the spread-line money. Meanwhile, Buffalo has been backed by 60 percent of the bets and 65 percent of the money at DraftKings.

After splitting their two regular season meetings, the Bills and Patriots are set to meet in the playoffs for the first time since Dec. 28, 1963. Back then, a Boston Patriots team overcame the Bills 26-8 at War Memorial Stadium in Buffalo in a divisional round matchup.

“Playing at home in the divisional round against our division rival — a team that’s been the standard for long-term success in the NFL for the last 25, 30 years — it’s going to be a great challenge,” Bills quarterback Josh Allen said. “It’s going to be another dogfight.”

New England has dominated the all-times series with Buffalo, posting a 77-46-1 record. In Buffalo, the Patriots are 38-23-1 and have gone 31-17 at the Bills’ current venue of Highmark Stadium.

However, the departure of Patriots star quarterback Tom Brady has opened a window for the Bills. Buffalo ended New England’s 11-year reign as AFC East champions one year ago as the Patriots finished 7-9 in their first season without Brady.

This year, a revamped New England team bounced back to make the playoffs for the 12th time in 13 seasons after finishing 10-7.

Yet even finding Brady’s successor in former Alabama champion quarterback Mac Jones and a nearly $200 million free agent spending spree wasn’t enough to keep the Bills from a second straight division crown after an 11-6 season.

Buffalo ended the regular season with four consecutive victories while New England limped to the finish line with three losses in its final four contests.

“Regardless of what level you’re playing on, you understand what’s at stake (in the playoffs),” Jones said. “We know the Bills are a really good team, they have a great defense — top in the league — and we understand that they have great players.”

On the heels of its first AFC East title since 1995 last season, Buffalo forged a deep playoff run with a narrow win over Indianapolis in the wild-card round and a statement victory against Baltimore in the divisional round before ultimately falling short at Kansas City in the AFC Championship Game.

This season, the Patriots and Bills each took different routes to winning on the others’ home field.

On Dec. 6, New England used an unorthodox and weather-altered game plan to win at Buffalo 14-10 in snowy and windy conditions. Jones attempted a franchise-record-low three passes and totaled 19 yards as Damien Harris’ 111 rushing yards paced the Patriots’ powerful run game to a victory.

In the rematch on Dec. 26 in Foxborough, Mass., Allen got his revenge after completing 30 of 47 passes for 314 yards and three touchdowns in Buffalo’s 33-21 triumph. With their receiving corps depleted, lesser known wideout Isaiah McKenzie had a breakout performance for the Bills with 11 catches for 125 yards and a touchdown.

Conditions for the completion of this season’s trilogy between the teams appear more likely to be similar to those of the first meeting in Buffalo. Forecasts are calling for bitter cold temperatures in the single digits at the time of kickoff.

New England starting left tackle Isaiah Wynn (hip/ankle) was ruled out on Friday. He could be replaced by Yodny Cajuste, who has two starts among seven career appearances. But their options to replace Wynn also include veteran Trent Brown, who’s been starting at right tackle, and second-year lineman Michael Onwenu, who has played both guard and tackle.

Several other key New England players remain questionable for the game, including center David Andrews (shoulder), defensive lineman Christian Barmore (knee), linebacker Jamie Collins (ankle), kicker Nick Folk (knee in non-kicking leg), running back Damien Harris (hamstring) and linebacker Dont’a Hightower (knee).

The Bills are largely healthy, with wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders (knee) able to practice fully all week.

–Field Level Media

Jan 9, 2022; Miami Gardens, Florida, USA; New England Patriots offensive tackle Isaiah Wynn (76) reacts from the field prior to the game against the Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Sam Navarro-USA TODAY Sports

Patriots rule out starting LT Isaiah Wynn vs. Bills

The New England Patriots on Friday downgraded starting left tackle Isaiah Wynn to out for Saturday’s playoff tilt at the AFC East champion Buffalo Bills.

Wynn (hip, ankle) did not practice Wednesday and Thursday, and was one of 13 Patriots players listed as questionable on Thursday’s injury report.

Wynn, 26, was a first-round pick in the 2018 draft. He played in 16 games in 2021, starting 15, as he was tasked with protecting rookie quarterback Mac Jones’ blind side.

He left the Patriots’ Week 18 loss to the Miami Dolphins in the first half with an ankle injury, having played only nine snaps.

Yodny Cajuste, who has two starts among seven career appearances, is listed as the Patriots’ second-string left tackle. But their options to replace Wynn also include veteran Trent Brown, who’s been starting at right tackle, and second-year lineman Michael Onwenu, who has played both guard and tackle.

Several other key New England players remain questionable for the game, including center David Andrews (shoulder), defensive lineman Christian Barmore (knee), linebacker Jamie Collins (ankle), kicker Nick Folk (knee in non-kicking leg), running back Damien Harris (hamstring) and linebacker Dont’a Hightower (knee).

–Field Level Media

Bills quarterback Josh Allen motifs to the bench for one more play in the final seconds of the first half against the Jets.

Bills host rival Patriots in rare AFC East playoff meeting

A rare third meeting between Buffalo and New England will settle the score between the two AFC East rivals as the third-seeded Bills host the sixth-seeded Patriots in an AFC wild-card matchup on Saturday night in Orchard Park, N.Y.

After splitting their two regular season meetings, the Bills and Patriots are set to meet in the playoffs for the first time since Dec. 28, 1963. Back then, a Boston Patriots team overcame the Bills 26-8 at War Memorial Stadium in Buffalo in a divisional round matchup.

“Playing at home in the divisional round against our division rival — a team that’s been the standard for long-term success in the NFL for the last 25, 30 years — it’s going to be a great challenge,” Bills quarterback Josh Allen said. “It’s going to be another dogfight.”

New England has dominated the all-times series with Buffalo, posting a 77-46-1 record. In Buffalo, the Patriots are 38-23-1 and have gone 31-17 at the Bills’ current venue of Highmark Stadium.

However, the departure of Patriots star quarterback Tom Brady has opened a window for the Bills. Buffalo ended New England’s 11-year reign as AFC East champions one year ago as the Patriots finished 7-9 in their first season without Brady.

This year, a revamped New England team bounced back to make the playoffs for the 12th time in 13 seasons after finishing 10-7.

Yet even finding Brady’s successor in former Alabama champion quarterback Mac Jones and a nearly $200 million free agent spending spree wasn’t enough to keep the Bills from a second straight division crown after an 11-6 season.

Buffalo ended the regular season with four consecutive victories while New England limped to the finish line with three losses in its final four contests.

“Regardless of what level you’re playing on, you understand what’s at stake (in the playoffs),” Jones said. “We know the Bills are a really good team, they have a great defense — top in the league — and we understand that they have great players.”

On the heels of its first AFC East title since 1995 last season, Buffalo forged a deep playoff run with a narrow win over Indianapolis in the wild-card round and a statement victory against Baltimore in the divisional round before ultimately falling short at Kansas City in the AFC Championship Game.

This season, the Patriots and Bills each took different routes to winning on the others’ home field.

On Dec. 6, New England used an unorthodox and weather-altered game plan to win at Buffalo 14-10 in snowy and windy conditions. Jones attempted a franchise-record-low three passes and totaled 19 yards as Damien Harris’ 111 rushing yards paced the Patriots’ powerful run game to a victory.

In the rematch on Dec. 26 in Foxborough, Mass., Allen got his revenge after completing 30 of 47 passes for 314 yards and three touchdowns in Buffalo’s 33-21 triumph. With their receiving corps depleted, lesser known wideout Isaiah McKenzie had a breakout performance for the Bills with 11 catches for 125 yards and a touchdown.

Conditions for the completion of this season’s trilogy between the teams appear more likely to be similar to those of the first meeting in Buffalo. Forecasts are calling for bitter cold temperatures in the single digits at the time of kickoff.

Patriots linebacker Jamie Collins was added to the Wednesday injury report with an ankle injury. New England tackle Isaiah Wynn (hip/ankle) did not practice Wednesday after being listed as a limited participant on Tuesday.

Bills wideout Cole Beasley was listed as a limited participant at Wednesday’s practice due to what the team called veteran rest.

–Field Level Media

Dec 6, 2021; Orchard Park, New York, USA; New England Patriots defensive end Christian Barmore (90) reacts to a defensive play against the Buffalo Bills during the first half at Highmark Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports

Report: Pats DT Christian Barmore avoids major knee injury

Results from an MRI showed that New England Patriots rookie defensive tackle Christian Barmore avoided a major knee injury, NFL Network reported Monday.

Barmore was carted off the field Sunday in the Pats’ loss to Miami.

Barmore, 22, has 46 tackles – including three for loss – to go with 1.5 sacks and nine quarterback hits in 17 games (two starts) this season.

The Pats selected Barmore in the second round of the 2021 draft.

–Field Level Media

Jan 9, 2022; Miami Gardens, Florida, USA; Miami Dolphins running back Duke Johnson (28) runs with the football against New England Patriots middle linebacker Ja'Whaun Bentley (8) during the second quarter at Hard Rock Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Sam Navarro-USA TODAY Sports

Dolphins win, sweep Patriots for first time since 2000

Jaylen Waddle broke the NFL rookie single-season record for receptions, and Xavien Howard scored on a pick-six as the host Miami Dolphins upset the New England Patriots 33-24 on Sunday afternoon.

New England (10-7), which entered the week already having clinched a playoff berth, lost a shot at winning the AFC East division title, although that became a moot point when Buffalo beat the New York Jets.

The Patriots on Sunday were led by Brandon Bolden, who scored two touchdowns. Quarterback Mac Jones completed 20 of 30 passes for 261 yards, one TD and one interception.

Miami (9-8), which had already been eliminated from playoff contention, got touchdowns from Waddle, Howard and Duke Johnson. Waddle finished the regular season with 104 catches for 1,015 yards.
He broke the NFL rookie reception record of 101 set by Anquan Boldin in 2003.

This was the first time since 2000 that Miami swept its annual two-game season series with New England.

Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa completed 15 of 22 passes for 109 yards, one TD and no interceptions.

Miami took the opening kickoff and scored a touchdown on Tagovailoa’s 7-yard pass to Waddle. That drive went 77 yards on 13 plays as Miami converted three times on third down. Tagovailoa went 7 of 7 for 54 yards, including the throw to Waddle on third and inches. Waddle, uncovered, made a leaping grab.

On New England’s first possession, Howard scored on his 37-yard interception return. Howard faked man coverage and jumped a different route in his zone for his 27th interception since 2017.

The Dolphins stretched their lead to 17-0 on Jason Sanders’ 30-yard field goal with 11:09 left before halftime. That 15-play, 77-yard drive was kept alive on Bolden’s roughing penalty after a fake-punt run by punter Michael Palardy had failed.

New England cut its deficit to 17-7 on Bolden’s 15-yard run with 7:36 left in the second quarter. Bolden broke a tackle and made two moves on the third-and-1 play.

The Patriots took the second-half kickoff and cashed in on Nick Folk’s 43-yard field goal.

But Miami, on its ensuing possession, stretched its lead to 24-10 on Johnson’s 1-yard run around right end.

After a 49-yard fourth-quarter field goal by Sanders, New England cut its deficit to 27-17 on Jones’ dump pass to Bolden, who turned it into an 18-yard touchdown with 6:32 left.

Damien Harris’ 1-yard TD run with just 2:53 left cut further into Miami’s lead at 27-24.

But Miami made two first downs, and the Patriots had just three seconds when they got the ball back at their own 2-yard line.

New England tried a final-play lateral, which resulted in a fumble-recovery touchdown for Miami’s Sam Eguavoen.

–Field Level Media

Jan 2, 2022; Nashville, Tennessee, USA;  Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa (1) throws a pass against the Tennessee Titans during the second half at Nissan Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Steve Roberts-USA TODAY Sports

Pats look to shake off struggles in Miami vs. Dolphins

The New England Patriots, who have a chance to win their 18th division title since 2001 on Sunday, haven’t had a lot of success in Miami — site of their regular-season finale.

Under coach Bill Belichick, New England (10-6) is just 2-7 when visiting the Dolphins (8-8) in December and January.

“I know one thing,” said Devin McCourty, New England’s long-time safety and team captain, “It’s hard to go from (the cold weather in Boston) to 80 degrees (in Miami). It’s always a shock in pregame.”

To win the AFC East on Sunday, the Patriots would have to beat the Dolphins and need the New York Jets to beat the Buffalo Bills. Either way, though, the Patriots have already clinched a playoff berth.

The Dolphins were eliminated from playoff contention with last Sunday’s loss to the Tennessee Titans.

This is the fifth straight season that the Dolphins have failed to reach the playoffs. Miami hasn’t won a playoff game since 2000.

Miami has little to play for on Sunday, although wide receiver Jaylen Waddle (99 catches) needs just three receptions to break the NFL receptions record for rookies. The record of 101 catches was set by Anquan Boldin in 2003.

That type of consistency is something Waddle’s quarterback, Tua Tagovailoa, is still looking for.

The fifth overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, Tagovailoa has a solid 12-8 record in his 20 starts in the league. He hasn’t had a ton of success throwing deep, but he is completing 67.8 percent of his passes this season. That ranks him seventh in the NFL and third in the AFC.

However, in last week’s 34-3 loss at the Tennessee Titans, Tagovailoa completed just 18 of 38 passes for no touchdowns and one interception.

Had Miami beaten the Titans and then the Patriots this Sunday, the Dolphins would have made the playoffs regardless of other scores.

Instead, Tagovailoa’s performance left open the question of whether the Dolphins will look to acquire a more experienced quarterback in the offseason.

“I’ve heard this the entire time I’ve been here (in Miami),” Tagovailoa said of the trade rumors.

So while Sunday’s game no longer carries any playoff implications for the Dolphins, it will give Miami one last chance this season to see if Tagovailoa can make more progress as a game-changer.

New England has its own young quarterback in Mac Jones, who has started all 16 of New England’s games this season and completed 67.6 percent of his passes for 21 touchdowns and 12 interceptions. He has averaged 221 passing yards per game.

By comparison, Tagovailoa has 15 TD passes, 10 interceptions and an average of 212 passing yards per game.

Jones and Tagovailoa both played for the Alabama Crimson Tide, adding intrigue to their QB matchup.

In this season’s opener, Tagovailoa and the Dolphins beat Jones and the Patriots 17-16.

Now comes the rematch, with the Dolphins looking to sweep their annual two-game season series with the Patriots for the first time since 2000.

There are several other individual milestones in play on Sunday, as well. Waddle needs 12 receiving yards to reach 1,000. Dolphins running back Myles Gaskin needs 164 scrimmage yards to reach 1,000.

Two Patriots players are relatively close to reaching 1,000 scrimmage yards, as well: running back Damien Harris needs 12 and receiver Kendrick Bourne needs 107. In addition, Harris needs 108 rushing yards to get to 1,000.

Harris and Waddle — like Jones and Tagovailoa — played college football at Alabama.

–Field Level Media

Jan 2, 2022; Foxborough, Massachusetts, USA; New England Patriots quarterback Mac Jones (10) celebrates his touchdown pass with center David Andrews (60) against the Jacksonville Jaguars in the second quarter at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports

Patriots steamroll Jaguars to clinch playoff berth

Mac Jones passed for 227 yards and three touchdowns as the New England Patriots bounced back from back-to-back losses to clinch a playoff berth with a 50-10 rout of the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday in Foxborough, Mass.

Jones’ second TD pass of the game was his 20th of the season, breaking a tie with Jim Plunkett in 1971 for the most by a rookie quarterback in franchise history. Jones completed 22 of 30 passes in the victory.

Kristian Wilkerson caught his first two NFL touchdown passes and both Rhamodre Stevenson (career-high 107 rushing yards) and Damien Harris added a pair of rushing TDs for New England.

Patriots cornerback J.C. Jackson recorded his eighth interception of the season and the 25th of his career, tying Lester Hayes and Everson Walls for the most in a players’ first four seasons in NFL history.

New England (10-6) clinched its 12th playoff berth in 13 seasons following Miami’s loss to Tennessee. Meanwhile, Patriots coach Bill Belichick notched his 20th career 10-win season to tie legendary coach Don Shula for the most in NFL history.

It was the Patriots’ second 50-point game of the season following a 54-13 rout of the New York Jets on Oct. 24.

Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence finished 17-of-27 passing for 193 yards, one touchdown and three interceptions — giving the reigning No. 1 overall pick an NFL-leading 17 picks. Jacksonville wideout Laquon Treadwell had six catches for a game-high 87 receiving yards.

Jacksonville (2-14) suffered its eighth straight defeat and dropped to 0-7 all-time in Foxborough.

The Patriots led 28-3 at halftime after scoring touchdowns on their first four possessions.

Harris’ 2-yard TD rush with 5:49 left in the first quarter put New England up 7-0. Jacksonville drove to the Patriots’ 11-yard-line on the following drive, but was forced to settle for Matthew Wright’s 29-yard field goal.

New England took control for good with three TDs in the second quarter and scored 43 unanswered points before Lawrence’s 28-yard TD pass to Dare Ogunbowale late in the fourth quarter.

–Field Level Media

Nov 7, 2021; Charlotte, North Carolina, USA; New England Patriots safety Adrian Phillips (21) on the sidelines in the fourth quarter at Bank of America Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

Reports: Patriots, S Adrian Phillips agree to 3-year extension

The New England Patriots and safety Adrian Phillips agreed to terms on a three-year contract extension, multiple outlets reported Saturday.

ESPN pegged the deal at $12.75 million, with a maximum value of $14.25 million. It reportedly includes $7.25 million in guaranteed money.

Phillips, 29, is in his eighth season in the NFL — the second with the Patriots after six with the Chargers franchise. He signed a two-year, $6 million contract with New England in March 2020.

A 2018 All-Pro, Phillips has 76 tackles, four interceptions, one touchdown, eight passes defensed and a forced fumble this season in 15 games (11 starts)..

In 95 career games (51 starts), Phillips has 436 tackles (19 for loss), one sack, 11 interceptions, one touchdown, 30 passes defensed and three forced fumbles.

–Field Level Media

Dec 26, 2021; Foxborough, Massachusetts, USA; Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen (17) throws a pass against the New England Patriots in the first quarter at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports

Josh Allen sets the pace as Bills handle Patriots, 33-21

Josh Allen passed for 314 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for 64 yards Sunday to help the Buffalo Bills reclaim the AFC East division lead with a 33-21 win over the New England Patriots in Foxborough, Mass.

Allen’s first touchdown pass of the day was the 100th of his NFL career, making him the first quarterback in history to record 100 passing TDs and 20 rushing TDs in his first four seasons. He finished 30-of-47 passing on the day.

Isaiah McKenzie had 11 catches for 125 yards and a touchdown while Stefon Diggs totaled 85 yards and a TD on seven receptions for Buffalo (9-6), which won its second straight game following a 14-10 loss to New England at home on Dec. 6.

Patriots rookie quarterback Mac Jones completed just 14 of 32 passes for 145 yards, with no touchdowns and two interceptions. Damien Harris ran for 103 yards and three TDs for New England (9-6), which suffered its second straight loss following a seven-game winning streak.

The loss dropped the Patriots from the No. 2 seed to the No. 6 seed in the AFC.

After a Patriots’ three-and-out to open the game, the Bills drove 61 yards for the game’s opening score on Allen’s three-yard TD pass to McKenzie with 6:37 left in the first quarter.

Harris’ 16-yard touchdown run for New England in the opening minute of the second quarter tied the game at 7-7. Tyler Bass’ 25-yard field goal made it 10-7 before Allen connected with Diggs on a 12-yard TD for a 17-7 Buffalo halftime lead.

Bass’ 34-yard field goal early in the third stretched the Bills’ lead to 20-7. Harris scored on a one-yard rush with 1:41 left in the third to pull New England within 20-14.

Devin Singletary’s two-yard TD run with 11:42 remaining put the Bills up 26-14 before an unsuccessful two-point conversion try.

The Patriots closed to 26-21 on Harris’ third TD on an eight-yard run at the 7:35 mark.

The Bills responded, however, with a five-minute, 73-yard drive and put the game away on Allen’s two-yard TD pass to Dawson Knox with 2:30 remaining.

–Field Level Media